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dRMM sets up home in Architecture Foundation's former HQ

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London practice dRMM is set to move its studio to the Architecture Foundation’s (AF) previous home in London Bridge

The cash-strapped AF – which famously saw its dreams for a £5 million Zaha Hadid-designed headquarters dashed in 2008 – has quit its Tooley Street headquarters in Southwark and moved to a temporary home at the Cass at London Metropolitan University.

The practice is taking the foundation’s former home alongside the adjacent space to house its staff.

The move comes as dRMM’s existing studio in Weston Street is set to be demolished to make way for a mixed-use development designed by AHMM for Roger Zogolovitch.

Sadie Morgan, founder at dRMM, said: ‘We love the London Bridge area and we were offered the opportunity to take the Architecture Foundation space and the adjacent. We’re busy knocking through both to create a space big enough for our expanding team.’  

The practice is set to move into the space in London’s Tooley Street on 15 December.

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