Chris Pyle is a meticulous design and technical architect with a wide range of experience working in the UK and overseas. He is adept at working through the initial stages of a project, defining early concepts and driving innovation.
Since joining LOM in early 2012, he has worked extensively with banks in the UK, West Africa, Middle East and Turkey including Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), NatWest, Ghana Commercial Bank, Commercial Bank and ABank to develop business strategies, manage rebranding exercises and deliver new branch concepts across the retail branch network.
For NatWest, Chris has been leading multiple coordinated workplace projects across their property portfolio to support a cultural change programme, maximise efficiencies and reduce costs. At the heart of the transformation is the bank’s group headquarters.
Chris studied at Newcastle University and was awarded the William Bell Scott sponsorship for excellence in design and nominated for the RIBA Bronze Medal prize in Architecture. Upon graduation, he relocated to Glasgow where he worked for a design-led practice on single and multi-residential, as well as masterplanning projects. During his time there, Chris was selected to display work at the Royal Scottish Art and Architecture exhibition.