AHMM hopes for third time lucky with £1.3bn Elizabeth House proposals

crop_AHMM initial proposal for Elizabeth House

Images released as scheme goes out to public consultation

AHMM’s proposals to replace the huge post-war office building next to Waterloo Station have gone out to public consultation.

It is the first time the latest designs for the troubled Elizabeth House site have been seen.

AHMM is the third architect to work on the project this decade, after David Chipperfield and before that Allies & Morrison were appointed and ultimately ditched.

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