How can we embrace the challenges of retrofit and re-use to unlock the best possible solutions for occupiers?
Reflections from Director Ben Taylor on how design can help bring personal connection to the workplace, and how corporate and personal values need to meet for the most productive offices
LOM Director John Avery gives his insight on home workspace versus the office, occupier and employee expectations, and the challenge of ‘having it all’.
LOM Director Richard Hutchinson gives his insight on occupier appetite for maximum flexibility with 100 per cent functionality
Providing external space within office developments is becoming increasingly important to occupiers and developers to stay commercially competitive while demonstrating environmental and social responsibility.
Our directors joined the conversation at the recent BCO conference in Manchester – showcasing the importance of offices being aligned to new priorities.
The team at LOM celebrated Mental Health Awareness Week with activities to support their wellbeing and mindfulness.
Co-living is a creative, modern solution for people who want quality housing with a vibrant lifestyle and a real sense of community.
The new LOM-designed UK headquarters for Santander has reached a construction milestone.
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.
Businesses are realising the advantages of a neurodiverse workforce – and the importance of design in unlocking this. LOM’s associates explore the fundamentals of designing neurodiverse workspaces that can be inclusive to a range of needs.
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.
The landmark co-living scheme will play a vital role in Hounslow’s regeneration and provide much needed quality housing for young flatsharers.