LOM’s directors share their views on some of the key built environment trends, what clients are looking for and their aspirations for the year ahead.
With so much commercial office development and corporate decision-making put on ice this year, LOM takes stock of what’s going to shape occupier investment in 2021.
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.
Our latest report looks at what corporate occupiers should be implementing now to support a safe and re-energising transition back to the office.
Watch Bisnow’s latest webinar on the future of the office featuring with an expert panel including LOM director John Avery.
Corporate occupiers face an uphill battle to attract people back to the workplace. Director John Avery argues that taking a long-term, experience-focused approach is key to making the office return a success.
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 challenged how we see, use and enjoy our homes. It has also taken its toll on our urban centres. Director Simon Bird considers the extended permitted development rights and why residential should be part of the solution for re-energising our city centres and high streets.
COVID-19 has been a catalyst for rapid transformation in working practices. But what happens next? LOM`s directors share their ideas in our future workplace whitepaper.
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.
The era of dispersed working is here. LOM director Simon Marett looks at how we should define the new purpose of the workplace, and why it will be better for both businesses and staff.
It’s time for offices to adapt not die – John Avery takes a look at how COVID-19 is prompting occupiers to question what they really want and how flexibility is going to shape future workplace strategies.
We outline some of the key issues that have emerged since the COVID-19 lockdown began and what we currently think their influence will be on the workplaces of tomorrow.
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