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LOM has again been ranked amongst the UK’s leading architects in the AJ100.
The new extension for Cedars Youth and Community Centre in Harrow Weald is shortlisted for two LABC London Building Excellence Awards: Best Public Service or Educational Building and Best Small Commercial Project.
LOM’s vibrant workspace design for The Living Rooms is shortlisted for a British Council for Offices (BCO) Award.
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.
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.
We’ve been shortlisted for Building Design’s (BD) Office Architect of the Year Awards for the second consecutive year.
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.
LOM are delighted to have been nominated by FX Magazine for the “Interior Design Practice of the Year” category in this year’s prestigious FX International Interior Design Awards. The FX Awards are a highlight of the year for many in the interior design industry, bringing together the best designers, projects and products across the workplace,…
Maliha Haque, an architect and with LOM for over 10 years, has been recognised in the British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration annual list of 100 influential British Bangladeshis.
We are thrilled to be a finalist in Building Design’s (BD) Architect of the Year Awards 2018.
RocketSpace’s London tech campus designed by LOM architecture and design is a finalist in this year’s British Council for Offices’ (BCO) awards Fit Out of Workplace category in the London and South East region.
Year 4 from Northwold Primary School in Hackney have won ‘Best Class Effort’, with a little help from LOM, as part of Open-City’s Architecture in Schools summer programme. Chiara, Silvia, Maliha and Kim helped the pupils create different areas of a city based on sketches and ideas the class had developed for the brief ‘Design your own open city…