Foster Lomas Architects are a UK-based architecture practice led by two founding directors: William Foster and Greg Lomas. Since its inception in 2005, the practice has developed a diverse portfolio of work, ranging from highly-tailored homes for private clients to a rewilding centre on the Isle of Man, a 10-year masterplan for a 134-hectare site set within the Grand Sasso National Park of Abruzzo, Italy, as well as a canal-side mixed-use development in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The practice’s approach to design demonstrates a forensic understanding of the site, often resulting in emotional and historically sensitive responses to protected landscape. The rural environment is a palette that inspires their aesthetics of architecture. The practice’s diverse backgrounds and experiences in craft and product designs, such as blacksmithing and lighting, allow for continual experimentations and innovations.