Simon Bird, director of LOM, will be attending Education Estates, the educational facilities conference, in Manchester Central. The two-day event, 11-12 November, features presentations, panels, conference and an awards dinner. Now in its third year, Education Estates is the only event of its kind in the UK, covering the primary, secondary, further and higher education…
Richard Hutchinson, director of LOM, will speak at Leaders in Design MENA, an interiors summit hosted by International Business Council, in Dubai on 15 and 16 November 2015.
To celebrate one year since we moved to Shoreditch, East London, LOM held a pub quiz on Friday 23 October, and transformed the office into a traditional East End boozer complete with weak lager, peanuts and pies.
LOM architecture and design’s Living Lab for RBS is one of the many exemplar workplaces that are on show during Workplace Week 2015 (9 – 13 November).
LOM’s contemporary head office for the National Bank of Oman in Muscat, has been selected to appear on the AJ’s Architecture Tomorrow stand at MIPIM UK 2015.
LOM hosted a research and development workshop with head teachers from primary schools in the London Borough of Harrow, on 16 September, to find out what they thought was essential in the design of future primary schools.
Congratulations to Chris Pyle (architect at LOM), Anne Schroeder and Nick Worley (associates at Fletcher Priest) who teamed-up to take part in Dig Deep, the construction industry adventure race in the Lake District, on 2 October 2015.
The sunny weather held out for our annual staff summer social on 18 September as we headed on a coach from Shoreditch to Welcombe – a beautiful area of the North Devon coast.
LOM was delighted to see their partnered class, St. Paul’s CE Primary School, crowned Overall Winner and receive the Best Class Response Award at yesterday evening’s Architecture in Schools: Primary Awards 2015 hosted by the Canary Wharf Group.
Bee City and Beeville were just a couple of the bee habitat models constructed yesterday by Year 6, St Paul’s Whitechapel Primary School, with help from LOM as part of Open-City’s Architecture in Schools summer programme.
At last night’s AJ120 Awards Dinner it was revealed LOM architecture and design had made its debut in joint 116th place in the Architects’ Journal annual countdown of largest UK practices, after seeing a growth of 30 per cent in the last year.
A class of inquisitive ten year olds from St Paul’s Primary in Whitechapel, went on a school trip yesterday with architects from LOM, to the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) headquarters in Regent’s Park, a post-war modernist masterpiece, designed by Sir Denys Lasdun.
Six architects from LOM architecture and design were among the 36,000 runners who completed the 35th Annual Virgin London Marathon on Sunday 26 April 2015. The team have raised over £10,600, for their chosen charity, Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF), which helps disabled adults and children gain new skills and increase their independence.
LOM architecture and design has been shortlisted for the AJ120 Employer of the Year Award, in addition to making its début in the AJ120 this year, as one of the UK’s largest architecture practices. LOM is one of eight architecture practices in the running for Employer of the Year alongside industry leaders such as Make…