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13 Oct

The Big Draw at the Castle!

LSI team up with students from Norwich University of the Arts to sketch a slice of the 360 degree view from the top of Castle Mound at Norwich Castle and create a sketched panorama of the Norwich skyline.
10 Oct

LSI shortlisted in 2017 Self Build on a Shoestring Competition

The annual competition run by National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA) challenged architects, designers and others to come up with creative ways of constructing a modest ‘granny annexe’ that can be built for £40,000 or less.
10 Oct

LSI signs Time To Change Pledge

LSI Architects has signed the Time to Change pledge to mark our commitment to raising the profile of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace and become a more open and supportive organisation.
04 Oct

LSI named in Building Top Consultants 2017

LSI Architects has been named in Building Magazine's Top 150 Consultants and Top 50 Architects for the third successive year.
06 Sep

Hammersmith ‘Alternative Provision’ Hub Academy Receives Planning Permission

The project on Finlay Street in London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, is based in an existing alternative provision school site and encompasses a new build post-16 alternative provision free school and sports facility, refurbishment and extensions to the existing school buildings, together with extensive external landscape proposals.
02 Aug

Royal Opening for Gresham’s Britten Building

The new school building replaces the existing music teaching areas and provide new facilities for the practice, teaching and performance of music. The building also provides much needed academic and recreational spaces for the sixth form to integrate with the rest of the school
30 Jun

LSI Drawing Prize 2017

LSI were once again thrilled to be part of the judging process for the NUA Degree Show at the School of Architecture.
27 Jun

Ebury UTC and residential scheme nears completion

Our project to deliver a new UTC and residential scheme in Westminster, London, is approaching completion.
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