BA(Hons) DipArch ARB
Tom Hofton has a successful track record in the design and delivery of innovative architectural and interior design concepts.
He was the design lead on an award-winning new workplace for Tesco – The Heart Building – and various refurbishment and fit-out projects for Royal Bank of Scotland/NatWest. He is currently leading the fit-out of Santander’s landmark new Milton Keynes campus, Unity Place.
Tom brings extensive education experience, having worked on Building Schools for the Future (BSF) schemes, specialist autistic units and primary school refurbishments. He was project architect for the Cedars Youth and Community Centre in North-West London, which was designed in partnership with Watford Football Club and the local community.
Before joining LOM he worked with the Oxfordshire NHS Trust on healthcare schemes including hospital wards and health centres. His residential work included barn conversions, private swimming pools and listed building refurbishments.
Tom studied at the Oxford School of Architecture and won first prize in the 1994 British Steel Architectural Awards. His interests include science and engineering, visiting new countries, motorbike racing and furniture design.