The building frame completes on a major new residential and public realm project, Fortress Gardens, designed by LOM
Director Ben Taylor looks at the need for clarity and standardisation in the property sector’s green transition, and the contributions of the BPF’s ‘Towards Net Zero’ report.
LOM’s proposals to refurbish and retrofit Holyer House at Red Lion Court in the sensitive Fleet Street Conservation Area have been approved by the City of London.
How can we embrace the challenges of retrofit and re-use to unlock the best possible solutions for occupiers?
Following an in-depth carbon assessment, and two years of structural change to the business, LOM has achieved carbon neutral status.
A major new residential and public realm project designed by LOM has broken ground after Malta’s planning authority approved the project.
LOM looks at how the creative reuse of existing office buildings and their furniture can cut waste, carbon and cost.
LOM’s directors discuss our drive to promote sustainable design and plans to achieve net zero as a business in 2022.
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.
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.
What we build and how we build it is pivotal to tackling the climate crisis.
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.
We have a responsibility to articulate the benefits of sustainable architecture and deliver energy efficient buildings for our clients. We are also looking at our own operations and are actively working towards becoming a Net Zero business.
Covid-19 has been a litmus test of office adaption. LOM director Richard Hutchinson looks at how we can accommodate future change in the workplace, and why flexibility is key if today’s real estate is to stand the test – and shocks – of time.