We should take this opportunity to rethink how we live – and exploring co-living models is central to that.
What we build and how we build it is pivotal to tackling the climate crisis.
Looking ahead to the post-pandemic workplace, LOM reflects on the importance of designing the office to enhance and vary the employee experience.
The LOM team are ending the year on a positive note by sharing some of our highlights.
LOM’s directors share their views on some of the key built environment trends, what clients are looking for and their aspirations for the year ahead.
With so much commercial office development and corporate decision-making put on ice this year, LOM takes stock of what’s going to shape occupier investment in 2021.
How businesses are handling a more dispersed workforce and the impact this will have on their operations and office design.
Architects have a key role to play in delivering net zero design, but to be sustainable in the truest sense, we need to ensure we are considering the whole lifecycle of a building and its components.
Watch Bisnow’s latest webinar on the future of the office featuring with an expert panel including LOM director John Avery.
Corporate occupiers face an uphill battle to attract people back to the workplace. Director John Avery argues that taking a long-term, experience-focused approach is key to making the office return a success.
We have a responsibility to articulate the benefits of sustainable architecture and deliver energy efficient buildings for our clients. We are also looking at our own operations and are actively working towards becoming a Net Zero business.
Vote for your favourite interior projects that are up for SBID International Design Awards this year. LOM’s project The Living Rooms is shortlisted for the office category.
LOM director Richard Hutchinson spoke to NLA’s curator-in-chief Peter Murray on the return to the workplace and the benefits of retrofit.
Our design of the new Care and Rehabilitation Centre for Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) fosters a strong connection with its surrounding woodland landscape.