LOM is a net zero practice committed to keeping global heating below 1.5ᴼC. Our global leaders must take the lead from businesses and do the same before it’s too late.
LOM’s design for Santander’s new Milton Keynes workplace campus and UK HQ has been shortlisted for a prestigious global architecture award.
The landmark co-living scheme will play a vital role in Hounslow’s regeneration and provide much needed quality housing for young flatsharers.
As the practice is certified as net zero for direct emissions, LOM looks at why this is only the beginning, and what’s next on the path to greater sustainability.
As manufacture of the façade begins, LOM explores the background behind its design for Santander’s landmark new UK headquarters in Milton Keynes.
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.
Our latest report looks at what corporate occupiers should be implementing now to support a safe and re-energising transition back to the office.