The Design Council/CABE appoint architect for Angel office fit-out


Design watchdogs, The Design Council/CABE, has announced that an architect has been appointed to complete the fit-out of its London office.

Having won a competition, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris will be tasked with designing an interior for the 10,763 sq ft of office space located at the Angel Building – a property that has won numerous awards.

The Angel Building features a number of eco-friendly elements including a BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) rating of “Excellent,” lifts that recycle energy, and a heating system that produces around 44 per cent less carbon emissions on average.

It also features an innovative lighting system, which responds to outdoor lighting conditions, as well as the building’s occupancy.

Director of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Simon Allford, commented on the company’s appointment in The Architect’s Journal.

He said: “We are delighted to be working with the Design Council/CABE on their move to the Angel Building. Having designed the building and all the public access areas it is good to have the opportunity to work with an ambitious and inventive client on their own offices.”

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