LOM’s ‘Old Snowman Brewery’ coworking space is currently on display at the Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread City 2019 exhibition.
LOM has won the Architect of the Year title at this year’s Structural Timber Awards for our work on The Heart Building for Tesco.
Applications are now open for the Karla Roman Travel Bursary 2020. The £2,000 bursary is aimed at architecture students who are looking to broaden their experiences through travel.
LOM architecture and design and developer MIDI plc have unveiled the design of a mixed-used development at Tigné Point in Malta.
We are delighted that Tesco’s Heart Building is shortlisted for six Structural Timber Awards, including Commercial Project of the Year. LOM has also been recognised for the Architect of the Year Award.
LOM recently took part in Open City’s Architecture in Schools programme to inspire the next generation of city-shapers.
LOM is delighted to announce that our recent 5-a-side football tournament has raised £10,000 for Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation (QEF) for Disabled People.
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People has marked the ‘topping out’ of its new Care and Rehabilitation Centre in Leatherhead, Surrey. Designed by LOM, the centre will provide specialist facilities for people affected by traumatic brain injuries.
Designing an environment that encourages a positive working culture is key to sustaining a stress-free workplace, says LOM director Simon Marett.
Director Simon Marett gives his insight into flexible workplace design and some of the strategies LOM uses to ensure our client’s buildings are ready for future change.
Director Simon Marett explains why large corporate organisations are adopting coworking and the benefits that this brings.
We’ve been shortlisted for Building Design’s (BD) Office Architect of the Year Awards for the second consecutive year.
Our new extension for Cedars Youth and Community Centre in Harrow Weald has created much-needed meeting and workshop space for the local community.
LOM has awarded travel bursaries to two architecture students in memory of our much-loved colleague, Karla Roman. Farid Abdulla and Eleanor Hyde will each receive a £2,000 bursary to travel abroad and enhance their studies.