Our directors joined the conversation at the recent BCO conference in Manchester – showcasing the importance of offices being aligned to new priorities.
LOM celebrates ‘being kind to your mind’ with a week of wellbeing activities
The team at LOM celebrated Mental Health Awareness Week with activities to support their wellbeing and mindfulness.
Co-living can provide high quality housing that reinvigorates high streets
Co-living is a creative, modern solution for people who want quality housing with a vibrant lifestyle and a real sense of community.
Reimagining our existing workplaces through creative reuse
LOM looks at how the creative reuse of existing office buildings and their furniture can cut waste, carbon and cost.
Sustainable design isn’t just a priority – it’s a necessity. LOM looks ahead at 2022.
LOM’s directors discuss our drive to promote sustainable design and plans to achieve net zero as a business in 2022.
Bath Road co-living scheme allowed by Planning Inspectorate
The landmark co-living scheme will play a vital role in Hounslow’s regeneration and provide much needed quality housing for young flatsharers.
Post-Covid, co-living can help solve the housing crisis
We should take this opportunity to rethink how we live – and exploring co-living models is central to that.
To get serious about net zero, we need to focus on specification
What we build and how we build it is pivotal to tackling the climate crisis.
Designing for net zero – it all starts with definition
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.
The best of city living combines quality, community and design creativity
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.