Foster Lomas are an award-winning architecture and design studio. For over ten years, we have built a reputation thanks to the diversity of our team, our international project experience, our multi-disciplined design skill set and, most of all, our personable approach, openness and directness.
Originally from a craft background, Will worked for renowned blacksmith James Horrobin before completing his BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff in 1996. He began his training under the tutelage of former RIBA President Michael Manser before gaining a Professional Diploma in Architecture at London Metropolitan University in 2000. He was then headhunted by Foster + Partners to work on the new Wembley Stadium before joining Patel Taylor and finally co-founding Foster Lomas in 2005.
Greg has experience in product, furniture and lighting design, but as the third generation of his family to train as an architect, the job is in his blood. Greg completed a BA (Hons) in Architecture at Brighton University before moving to London in 1995, working as a lighting designer for Speirs and Major before being recruited as a Product Designer by Habitat. After completing his Master’s Degree at London Metropolitan University in 2001, he went on to work as Project Architect at Piers Ford Architects, ACQ and finally FLACQ before co-founding Foster Lomas in 2005. Greg has taught at foundation and undergraduate levels; as a Tutor at London Metropolitan University, a Guest Critic at Oxford Brookes University and running a series of workshops on recycled materials at Brighton University.
The diversity of our backgrounds and breadth of experience allow us to offer a balance between considered design and craft skills with a portfolio of residential, commercial, arts and public projects both in the UK and internationally.