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.
From everyone at LOM architecture and design, we would like to extend our very best wishes for the holiday season. We look forward to seeing you all in 2019!
LOM’s gingerbread enthusiasts worked very hard to create our vibrant and imaginative ‘Stackopolis,’ for this year’s Gingerbread City exhibition at the V&A in London, created and organised by the Museum of Architecture. Our 3-storey ‘sweetopia’ of marbled climbing wall, candy cane bridges, chocolate buttons and skittles roof features liquorice solar panels that ‘power’ the building’s…
Continuing a run of recent award nominations, LOM are delighted to have been put forward for two of the most high profile global architecture and interiors awards.
The Heart Building, a flexible, people-focused work and collaboration environment designed by LOM for Tesco’s head office campus is one of this year’s Civic Trust Awards Regional Finalists and also has been shortlisted for the Selwyn Goldsmith Awards for Universal Design.
We are very pleased to announce two new promotions at LOM – from November 2018 Chiara Cantilena becomes an Associate of the Practice, and Ben Taylor is promoted to Senior Associate.
LOM is launching an annual travel and study bursary named in memory of our colleague Karla Roman. The purpose of the bursary is to support travel by architecture students as part of their education or wider studies.
We are delighted to announce that construction has begun on LOM’s ambitious new £15million design for the Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation (QEF) new care and rehabilitation centre in Leatherhead, Surrey.
The recent article ‘The Changing Face of Bank Headquarters Buildings’ by Richard Hutchinson, LOM’s director, is featured in THE LEADER magazine.
We have recently designed a new extension to the successful Cedars Youth and Community Centre, originally delivered by LOM in 2012.