New Care and Rehabilitation Centre tops out

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Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People has marked the ‘topping out’ of its new Care and Rehabilitation Centre in Leatherhead, Surrey. Designed by LOM, the centre will provide specialist facilities for people affected by traumatic brain injuries.

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LOM selected to design new Santander UK technology hub

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We are thrilled to be selected to design a state-of-the- art facility that will be Santander’s new world-class digital hub workplace facility. Located in Milton Keynes, the new complex is anticipated to open in 2022, subject to planning, and is expected to accommodate over 5,000 employees.

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LOM design new HQ for HSBC Middle East

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LOM architecture and design have worked with HSBC’s global and regional teams to complete the interior design for the new HSBC Middle East headquarters building close to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Base build design for the new 20 storey, 38,000sqm building was carried out by Broadway Malyan, with LOM completing the workplace strategy and…

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LOM completes National Bank of Oman HQ

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We are delighted to announce the completion and opening of a new flagship headquarters building for the National Bank of Oman. Designed and delivered by a joint venture between LOM architecture and design in London and Ibrahim Jaidah Architects and Engineers in Muscat, the new head office combines tradition and innovation to create a striking landmark which offers…

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The Times Future Workplace Special Report

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LOM is featured in a Special Report, The Future Workplace, out in The Times today (6 July 2017). Our article discusses how the design of workplaces can improve efficiency while enhancing productivity and collaboration. Read an extract below. 

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