LTS’ Anna Woodeson recently contributed to an AJ article which invited five leaders in the sustainability field what immediate steps architects could take towards achieving a zero-carbon built environment in the near future.
LTS’ Associate Director Rob Haworth joined Daniel Moscrop in conversation for an episode of The Spacecraft, a podcast series which “reviews and examines how well-designed workspaces can be transformative, not just for day-to-day working, but for businesses as a whole”.Read more
As recently featured by the Architect’s Journal, we’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets for a new-build residential development, replacing 45 garages within the Shetland Estate.Read more
How to reboot the Architectural profession? This is what we have been thinking about and researching at LTS Architects. Our Director Anna Woodeson recently prepared a report for the UKGBC in response to the RIBA Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission’s call to action in 2018.Read more
With the completion of our latest residential project; Dorset House, an energy plus family home built to Passivhaus standards we are once again reminded of how architecture makes it possible to reimagine a more sustainable future. Our director Anna Woodeson, having spearheaded green initiatives within practice, wrote a recent article for Audi Magazine about thisRead more
As excitement builds in advance of the opening on September 21, Science Gallery London has featured in FT Weekend.Read more
Almost a decade ago Brian Sullivan, librarian at Alfred University wrote that ‘the academic library has died’ responding to a rather bleak report on the future of libraries. In the years since, far from becoming obsolete though, academic libraries are today some of the most evolutionary buildings.Read more
We’re excited to share news that our residential project Cavenham barn has received planning permission. This private commission involved stitching a new four bedroom home into a cluster of existing, retained brick farm buildings in a quiet village set deep in the Suffolk countryside.
As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2018, we’re taking part in exclusive behind the scenes tours lead by Science Gallery London ahead of its official launch.Read more
We’re excited to share that Science Gallery London – a project we’ve been working on for several years has been selected to feature in the New London Architecture Knowledge Capital research project.Read more
We are delighted to be shortlisted for the BD Architect of The Year Awards 2018. LTS are finalists in both the ‘Individual House Architect of the Year’ and ‘Refurbishment Architect of the Year’ categories.