Alan Worn

Field of Practice:


City, Country:

London, United Kingdom


2011, 2012, 2013


Apr 2012 - Dez 2012


Born 1982 in Teesside/UK.

Alan Worn is an architect investigating spatial perception, colour and narrative. He studied architecture at the University of Cambridge, and at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. He has worked in professional practice in London, UK, and San Francisco, USA, most recently for Allford Hall Monaghan Morris in London. Recent works include Dual Disclosure (2011), which proposed an architecture of contrasting perceptions experienced from specific vantage points; Discordant Folly at Daybreak, at the Foot of the Mountain (2010) and In Your Back Yard (2009) explored issues of craft, self-reliance, and the Pacific Northwest. His work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy in London, Phase 2 in London, and at PSL in Leeds. He has received several awards including the Ross Jamieson Prize (2011), David Roberts Prize (2004), and the James Baddeley Poole Award (2003).