LPA’s Creative Strategy is built on the premise that a clear brief guarantees greater vision. From the very start of the process an actively collaborative approach to our colleagues and our clients secures greater understanding and respect and ensures relationships and results of the highest possible value. Evolved through dialogue, research, recording and responding, by ‘interrogating’ both the site and our clients, the LPA process offers each project the input of our clients, all the architects in the studio and the supervision of the directors.

The often minimal original brief, what we call ‘the primary/functional requirements’, is a sparse springboard. LPA’s believe this is crucial time to go into greater depth…


… LPA abide by a second stage brief which is evolved in close collaboration with the client. Each individual brief is as unique as its source of inspiration is specific. The brief is developed and fine-tuned till it becomes an identifiable ‘Site-Specific-Story’ a ‘Concept Container’ that provides the challenging and creative framework to work within; to push against and to fully explore. This is written up and signed off by the architects, clients and user, before the design process is permitted to begin.

Our responsive, thorough, Creative Strategy demands greater collaboration, investigation and dialogue from LPA, the client, from the space and its context. This guarantees LPA’s clients a bespoke, site-specific result that is recognizably original, intelligently resolved, aesthetic, enduring and valuable.

Edward Lipton
Creative Director

Edward Lipton cofounded Lipton Plant Architects with Jonathan Plant in 2002.
As Creative Director since 2012 he drives the vision of the studio. Most engaged when working on solving problems with the entire team of architects at one of LPA’s ‘Revuesdays’, Ed’s belief in the power of architecture, his lateral line of enquiry and creative pragmatism steers the team in maximising the potential of every brief. His tenacious approach can be seen in action as one of 5 chosen architects in Channel 4’s ‘Ugly House to Lovely House’. Ed led the studio’s widely publicised 2016 RIBA award winning scheme ‘The Bath House Children’s Community Centre’ in Hackney which epitomises LPA’s Creative Strategy.

Jonathan Plant
Managing Director

Jonathan Plant cofounded Lipton Plant Architects with Edward Lipton in 2002.
At the helm of the business, Jonathan is Managing Director of LPA leading the managerial and organisational side of the practice since 2012. Supportive and effective at steering the team both creatively and practically, every scheme LPA studio takes on, Jonathan ensures clients and colleagues, confidently and successfully go beyond the original objectives. Jonathan’s approach has been crucial in LPA’s growth and development and its track record in delivery. Jonathan has lead on some of the studio’s most significant schemes, including award winning Alwyn Place.

David Crosthwait
Operations Director

David Crosthwait has been an LPA Associate since 2014
Having gained valuable experience at Farrells Architects, David joined LPA from Brill and Owen Architects where his role as Associate Partner saw him manage a catalogue of high end residential schemes for developers and private clients. David has a particular interest in international regeneration projects and historic buildings.

Katie Knowles
Associate Architect

Katie was made Associate in 2015 and advises on a wide spectrum and scale of projects from differing sectors. With a highly personable and collaborative style and a sharp eye for detail, Katie’s experience provides clients and the studio with diverse and invaluable expertise.
Katie also actively promotes the importance of architecture both within schools and with the general public, most recently collaborating in Open City’s Architecture in Schools programme and Structure Rocks.

Rohan Kempadoo
Studio Manager

Richard Carter
Senior Architect

Rebecca Platt

Richard Shaw
Associate Architect

Henry Jones
Senior Architect

Deborah Adler

Deniz Yacizi

Patrick Carey

Karisma Shoker

Studio Dog

Planning permission granted for unique WWII Bunker reconfiguration


We are absolutely delighted that our highly unusual scheme to turn a disused WWII bunker into a holiday home on the Dorset Coast has been granted planning permission and listed building consent. Originally part of the WWII Chain Home radar detection system, the bunker played a significant role in Churchill’s ‘Wizard’s War’. Previously lost beneath the landscape and vegetation, by re-inhabiting the bunker, we hope to celebrate the significant historic yet redundant structure as a historic ruin. By ‘blasting’ a new opening in the elevation, not only can the space be enjoyed as a holiday home, but views of the Jurassic coast are revealed.

We are particularly pleased to have planning permission granted after a yearlong planning process, which included a surprise but not necessarily unexpected Heritage Listing half way through. Thanks to Donald Insall Associates for their expert heritage input, Boyer Planning for their planning advice, our forward thinking client and our own design team.

We for one can’t wait to stay there

The project has also been featured on the BBC

BBC News: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-57929653

BBC Sounds: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09n2t0r

Lipton Plant Architects reimagines striking apartment overlooking Regents Park


Lipton Plant Architects has transformed an apartment overlooking Regents Park in central London, part of the palatial, Grade I listed, Nash designed terrace.

We were engaged by an existing client to ‘rethink’ their home and to enhance the connection between the interiors, architecture and stunning park surroundings.

Inspiration was drawn from John Nash’s original vision for the terrace and the landscape beyond, which was designed to interact like an auditorium and a stage. With carefully framed views and staged settings, this ‘metropolitan picturesque theatre’ was intended to be enjoyed looking to and from, between the interiors and the park. Modernising and expanding on Nash’s intended arrangement, Lipton Plant Architects has reimagined and recreated a sense of theatre.

Internally, the huge 60ft central room is now framed by multiple ‘opened’ rooms, each with new views, through the columns, across the interiors and beyond across the park. The design also celebrates the terrace’s layers of history. Concrete columns created to remedy extensive WWII bomb damage have been revealed, cast and multiplied to dramatic effect. Spaces with distinctively different characters cleverly connect through new views, through staggered levels and grand double and triple height spaces.

We commissioned bespoke, hand-crafted furniture for the scheme which delicately balances both Georgian and contemporary sensibilities. New shutters have been made to match the period windows, new plaster cornicing is a playful nod to the past, and eye-catching blue linen lines the walls of the living space, providing visual warmth, elegance and opulence. Along with reinstated period features such as new shutters and cornicing, more contemporary elements have been introduced such as the bronze handrail and gaboon timber walls and eye-catching blue linen lines the walls of the living space, providing visual warmth, elegance and opulence

The view from each room and of each room is created to be both a backdrop and a dramatic setting, for the unfolding scenes of the occupant’s life.

By transforming the entire interior outlook of this expansive apartment, we have staged a completely immersive experience of landscape and architecture.

Jonathan Plant, Managing Director at Lipton Plant Architects, said:

“Working on this project has been a real pleasure for us. We were able to capitalise on the relative freedom from stringent rules that normally govern the refurbishment of a period-building whilst also creating beautifully crafted, elegant interior spaces and finishes that would no doubt satisfy the original designer and occupants. We also enjoyed embracing the theatrical analogy, the wider, historical story behind the original design – we wanted to play with this idea of a performance space overlooking the park, with the two half levels above and below the central living space as ‘backstage’ spaces. It was our intention from the outset to celebrate this important story, reconnecting the apartment, as intended, with the park surroundings and creating a new home for our clients which offers both drama and tranquillity.”



Lipton Plant Architects has submitted plans for a development of 13 new homes in Chislehurst, London. ‘Frogpool Manor’, located in the greenbelt, has been designed to preserve the character, appearance and openness of the surroundings, as well as enhance the setting of the adjacent, Grade II listed manor house. The new scheme replaces under-utilised commercial and storage buildings on the site and will provide much needed repairs to the listed house. In addition, the existing listed cottage will be extended and upgraded, and the existing gate house replaced. Accessed through the historic courtyard to the north, the new community, with its central frog pool and curving lines is envisaged as a contrasting, contemporary interpretation of the local vernacular. The new houses have been designed in such a way as to allow modern methods of construction to be best utilised. Whole-life carbon emissions have been considered in the design to ensure the scheme reflects Lipton Plant’s commitment to achieving net-zero carbon.

Jonathan Plant, Managing Director at Lipton Plant Architects, said:“In keeping with the inherent character of Kent farmsteads, the new homes are designed around a courtyard with a ‘frog pool’ at its centre. The courtyard adopts a circular plan, allowing the houses and layers of landscaping to ripple out from the centre.The vistas of greenery and surrounding greenbelt land are carefully drawn in between the boundaries of each home and into the heart of the development.”

Subject to approvals, work on the new scheme is expected to start on site in the summer

Residential Planning Approval granted in Islington


We are delighted to announce our latest project to gain planning approval, for a residential scheme in Islington.

Part of the concept behind the proposed extension is to reveal and re-expose the currently hidden lower two floors of the existing rear facade of the listed host house.
A simple lightweight enclosure clad with a coloured zinc finish with large format sliding glazed doors to the garden elevation providing a transparent addition to the listed rear elevation. It is of equivalent scale, but superior in terms of design quality and transparency in comparison to the existing rear addition being replaced.

Residential Planning Approval in Hampstead


Great to achieve planning approval from the London Borough of Camden for our project in the heart of Hampstead. The residential refurbishment and extension is driven by the concept of ‘home as a reservoir’; which is deeply rooted in the property’s historical context. In the same way water flows into a reservoir, the home opens to be filled with daylight, people and the garden.

We look forward to the next stages of the project.

Planning Approval for Coppice Mews


We are delighted to announce our Coppice Mews project has now been granted planning approval by the London Borough of Haringey.

Creating new homes on a compact plot within one of Highgate’s ancient woodland areas, the project’s story is driven by the ‘coppicing’ process which the woodlands were historically used for. Transformed into an site-specific architectural language sourced directly from the land, the regular process of cutting and re-growing is woven into the form and materiality of the proposal.

Thank you to all of the team involved.

Planning Approval for Bath House Nursery Phase 2


LPA are delighted to announce Phase 2 of the Bath House Nursery regeneration has been granted planning consent by the London Borough of Hackney.

The new single storey roof extension creates a mezzanine level at first floor, including an outdoor terrace. The additional space will unite the two wings of the existing building and provide flexible play space for children of all ages.

The Light House gets Planning Approval


Following our recent planning success with our Hampden Road project, we are delighted that another major scheme has received full planning approval. Our Light House project, as featured in the Architects Journal, received planning approval at committee last night.

This complex project comprises a mixed use retail and residential scheme and celebrates the life of a local, Robert ‘Daddy’ Paul, an early pioneer of British Film and cinematography.

The project was well received by the Barnet planning committee, with praise for the design, being described as just the sort of building this area needs– the second such decision for Lipton Plant Architects in as many months.

Thanks also to Mark Shearman at First Plan for his planning advice and presentation at committee


Join us!


Project Architect at Lipton Plant Architects (3 years+)

Lipton Plant Architects are an ambitious, award-winning practice based in Clerkenwell, London. We have a range of exciting and challenging projects planned in a variety of sectors working with high profile, inspired clients.

We are a dedicated, sociable office with a creative and motivated atmosphere. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and provide support to progress your development.

We are looking for a talented Project Architect to join our expanding studio to deliver several schemes in both the private and commercial sectors.

In addition to being exceptionally creative, the right candidate

– Is ARB registered and has 3-5 years post Part III UK experience

– Wants to see creative projects built

– Is creative, ambitious and motivated

– Is able to lead a team

– Has strong, professional communication skills and an ability to liaise with all stakeholders

This is a fantastic opportunity to join our team of talented architects and designers and become an integral part of developing the practice. We aim to continue our growth and recognition in the industry over the coming year, further developing a reputation for exciting and innovative architecture.

Salary will be commensurate with experience

Candidates must be able to prove their eligibility to work permanently in the UK and have fluent written and spoken English.

Lipton Plant is an equal opportunities employer.

How to apply:

Please submit a digital copy of your CV and portfolio to: workwithus@lparchitects.co.uk

Hampden Road gets Planning Approval


We are delighted that our Hampden Road project has gained planning permission. The Development & Planning Committee at Kingston Council quickly came to a unanimous decision, approving the project within 15 minutes. In opening the address, the Chair of the committee actively ‘welcomed this project’ and praised the introduction of the Resident’s Work Hub. Other members of the committee praised the design, saying “this is a really nice design which will actively enhance the area” and that “this is very exciting for the area”.

Hampden Road redevelops a former industrial site delivering a 3 to 7 storey mixed use residential led development providing 79 new homes with a work hub, police office and associated parking, play areas and landscaped gardens, terraces and walls. The scheme has taken inspiration from the sites boundary on the Hogsmill River Valley and the historic role The Thames and its tributaries have played in shaping London’s abundant natural landscapes, the development brings together the two opposing positions; nature and the built form.  The architecture of the development has been designed to knit together the sites unique contextual juxtaposition – The urban and natural landscapes. The Hogsmill River is a transition and boundary between two contrasting landscapes.

The building and its landscape provides a gateway environment, mediating between the fine grain, hard edge suburban form of the street and the expansive green spaces of the Hogsmill River Valley beyond. It has been designed as a carefully counterbalanced celebration of two co-exiting yet contrasting landscapes, one urban and one rural, a contrast that has been created and preserved thanks to the Hogsmill river.

Clerkenwell Design Week 2018 – Speed Architecting: Discover the Concept


Tuesday 22nd May, 5pm–7pm

As part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2018 we will be opening our studio to the public. Our fringe event will see us invite guests to present their design conundrum, be it a residential project, commercial building or vacant site. Within a time frame, our team of Architects will scratch heads and attempt to find a solution utilising the principles of our Creative Strategy.

Well earned refreshments will follow, visitors and friends of the studio welcomed.

View our event on Clerkenwell Design Week’s website

RSVP to join us or submit your conundrum to mail@lparchitects.co.uk

Recruiting a Marketing and Business Development Executive


Lipton Plant Architects is looking for a marketing and business development executive to join its growing London practice.

Lipton Plant Architects are an ambitious award winning practice based in Clerkenwell, London. Our considered designs are motivated by values and fuelled by dialogue with people and place. 2017 saw us win a RIBA Award and feature on Dezeen’s Hotlist, in 2018 we have a range of exciting and challenging projects planned in a variety of sectors working with high profile, inspired clients.

We are a dedicated, sociable office, with a creative and motivated atmosphere. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and provide support to progress your development.

We are on an exciting mission and are looking for a talented business development executive to join our expanding studio and help further raise the profile of the practice.

View the full details on Dezeen

Recruiting Project Architects!


Lipton Plant Architects is looking for a project architect with three+ years experience to join its growing London-based practice.

Lipton Plant Architects are an ambitious award winning practice based in Clerkenwell, London. Our considered designs are motivated by values and fuelled by dialogue with people and place. 2016 saw us win a RIBA Award and feature on Dezeen’s Hotlist, in 2018 we have a range of exciting and challenging projects planned in a variety of sectors working with high profile, inspired clients.

We are a dedicated, sociable office, with a creative and motivated atmosphere. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and provide support to progress your development.

We are looking for talented project architects to join our expanding studio to deliver several schemes in both the private and commercial sectors.

View the full details on Dezeen

Join us at Archikids Festival 2017


On 22 & 23 July the City of London Square Mile will be overrun by mini archi-tectives discovering the iconic buildings
and hidden gems of the City, as part of the Archikids Festival 2017. Archikids is a weekend festival of free activities for
kids and their families to explore the city.

Join us on Sunday 23 July 11am – 3pm for our ‘Ping Pong Challenge’ where you can build catapults, balloon cars
and paddling boats to carry your Ping Pong safely across our engineering obstacle course

View the full programme on Open City’s website

Recruiting Part II Architects!


Lipton Plant Architects are an ambitious award winning practice based in Clerkenwell, London. Our considered designs are motivated by values and fuelled by dialogue with people and place. We have a range of exciting and challenging projects planned in a variety of sectors.

We are a dedicated, sociable office, with a creative and motivated atmosphere. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and provide support to progress your development.

We are looking for a talented Part-II architectural assistant to join our expanding studio and be a key part of the design team, assisting on projects in both the private and commercial sectors.

View our full vacancy on Dezeen

Recruiting Project Architects!


We are looking for talented Project Architects to join our expanding studio to deliver several schemes in both the private and commercial sectors.

We are a dedicated, sociable office, with a creative and motivated atmosphere. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and provide support to progress your development.

Please submit a digital copy of your CV and portfolio to:

View our full vacancy on Dezeen

Talbot Road to feature on BBC2’s ‘The House That £100k Built’


Lipton Plant’s Talbot Road project will feature on BBC2’s The House That £100k Built on Friday the 31st of March at 9pm.

The programme follows self builders as they take on the biggest gamble of their lives trying to build a house for less than £100k.

Talbot Road features as an aspirational project to stimulate ideas which could influence elements of the £100k builds.
Don’t forget to watch on Friday at 9pm! Should you miss it you can catch up on BBC iPlayer

Ugly House to Lovely House on Dezeen


Championing the power of great architecture by transforming undervalued and unloved British housing stock, Lipton Plant featured on Channel 4’s ‘Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clark.’ Co-Director, Ed Lipton was selected as one of five top British architects, who each grappled with redesigning an ‘ugly’ house. Although this might be a fairly modest extension both in terms of its size and budget, it’s impact on the couple’s home is huge, giving this formerly impractical property a completely new lease of life. View the feature on Dezeen

Lipton Plant at MIPIM 2017


Lipton Plant Architects are delighted to announce that we will be visiting MIPIM Cannes for the first time this year! We are very excited about meeting with current partners and formulating new.

Park House on the cover of The Times


We are delighted to be featured on the front cover of the latest edition of Bricks & Mortar in The Times. Over a million readers viewed our NLA ‘Don’t Move, Improve!’ Award Shortlisted scheme Park House and Granville Road.

Jonathan Plant has shared some of his knowledge from being in practice for 15 years at LPA. “Architecture is about creating better spaces to live in and adding value that cannot always be measured in pounds per square foot”. In case you missed it you can see a PDF of the article at this link Park House in The Times Bricks and Mortar

Shortlist Announced Don’t Move, Improve! 2017


We are delighted to have been shortlisted for this year’s Don’t Move, Improve! 2017. The two LPA submissions are The Retreat and Park House.

Don’t Move, Improve! showcases London’s best and most innovative new home extensions. A multitude of design solutions were submitted and a record number of entries, 120, were received.

Don’t Move, Improve! is organised by New London Architecture (NLA) an independent forum dedicated to new architecture and construction and the Royal Institute of British Architects. The overall winners will be revealed at an reception at The Building Centre in London on 26 January 2017.

Judges included Dezeen editor Amy Frearson, NLA chairman Peter Murray, architect Carl Turner, Ash Sakula co-founder Cany Ash and Levitt Bernstein co-director Jo McCafferty.

 A free exhibition of all Don’t Move, Improve! 120 submitted designs will be unveiled at the same time as the reception and will run from 27 January to 29 March.
View the final shortlist on NLA Website  

WE’RE HOT! LPA on Dezeen’s Hot List 2016


We are thrilled to announce that we are part of Dezeen’s first ever Hot List! The highly anticipated global survey sees us feature alongside key forces and emerging players across the creative industries. The news was celebrated at a launch party attended by fellow hot-listers on the rooftop of the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch where accolades were awarded by Marcus Fairs, founder and editor-in-chief at Dezeen. Read More

The Bath House Commended at NLA Awards 2016


The Bath House Children’s Community Centre has received a Commendation at the New London Architecture Awards 2016 in the Education category!

The annual awards is organised and hosted by New London Architecture to celebrate the best architecture and development recently completed or in design across the capital. The ceremony was held at The Guildhall and attended by over 700 people from the industry.

View the full announcement here on the NLA website

Recruiting Senior Project Architect


Lipton Plant Architects are an ambitious award winning practice based in Clerkenwell, London. Our considered designs are motivated by values and fuelled by dialogue with people and place. In 2016 we have a range of exciting and challenging projects planned in a variety of sectors working with high profile, inspired clients. You may have recently seen our schemes on BBC 2’s £100k House: Tricks of the Trade, Channel 4‘s Ugly House to Lovely House, featured in Architects Journal and winner of a RIBA Award 2016. Read More

Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 – Fringe Partner


Award Winning practice Lipton Plant Architects opens its studio doors.

On the 24th May from 10.00am-11.30am you will have the opportunity join in the action for their weekly Design Review and discuss a live project.

On the 25th May Lipton Plant Architects will exhibit their work alongside two artists, Di Taylor and Hermione Allsopp  and chair a talk with them on the theme of ‘BUILDING THE STORY: Process in Art & Architecture – Sourcing and Creating Narratives’.

Talk 4.30pm-6pm, Private View 6pm–8pm

For more information view our Fringe listing on Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 website


Lipton Plant Architects Win RIBA London Award 2016!


Our scheme for The Bath House Children’s Community Centre has been awarded the RIBA London Awards 2016 in the education category.

RIBA Judges stated “The refurbishment work at The Bath House Children’s Community Centre, is a low budget tour de force. The architect’s intervention has provided something special, a poetic intervention…”

The panel also noted that ‘This project demonstrates how a simple creative design intervention has the ability to not only radically transform a space; but also to have a profound effect on the well-being of the children and staff who use the nursery. The Bath House was recently awarded and recognised as an outstanding nursery by Ofsted.’

Read the full announcement on architecture.com

Ugly House to Lovely House Screening Event


We had a full house in the studio on Thursday evening to watch Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke. We invited clients, consultants and everyone involved on the project to join us for pizza and beer while Edward made his TV architect debut, a great night enjoyed by all! For those of you that missed it you can see the episode here on All 4

The Bath House shortlisted for RIBA Awards 2016


Our extension and transformation of The Bath House Children’s Community Centre in north London has been shortlisted for an RIBA Award. We originated an idea that revolved around a central tree-like form, an intricate structure that connects the ground floor, a now expansive open-plan multi-purpose space, with the top of the tree. View the announcement on the RIBA website and view the project here

Lipton Plant to feature on BBC2’s £100k House: Tricks of the Trade


Clonbrock Road will feature on the BBC series ‘£100k House: Tricks of the Trade’, the series sees Kieran and Piers coming to the aid of homeowners as they take on ambitious building projects. The challenge is to create an extraordinary home out of the one they already have on a modest budget.

Our transformation of a 1950’s semi-detached property on Clonbrock Road is shown as inspiration of what can be achieved with ingenious solutions and big ideas on a tight budget.

The episode airs on Wednesday 2nd March at 8pm on BBC2. Catch the series on the BBC iPlayer

Lipton Plant to feature on Channel 4’s Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clark


Channel  4’s new series ‘Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clark’ champions the power of great architecture by transforming undervalued and unloved British housing stock. It starts Thursday 25th February at 8pm.

In each show a different architect grapples with the “ugliness” of the house they are allocated. Their goal is to remodel the owner’s building into a home that really meets their needs, that they are excited and even proud of.

Ed Lipton leads us through his approach and process as a design evolves to transform a 1970’s semi-detached house deeply rooted within the suburbs of Wokingham.

As the bespoke and highly designed extension develops it provokes a challenging, inspiring and surprising journey both practically and emotionally for everyone involved. This episode airs on Thursday 3rd March at 8pm on Channel 4. Catch the series on All 4

LPA hosts a lively ‘Revuesday’ for #LDF15


We had a great debate in this morning’s ‘Revuesday’, with Ben presenting a scheme at a key stage of design development which is a few weeks away from being submitted for planning.  The proposal triggered a collaborative debate regarding the current design, which features a ‘pinched’ façade resulting in dramatic light and views from within. Read More

LPA Shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards


We are delighted to have had our Embassy Lodge housing scheme shortlisted for this year’s Architect’s Journal Retrofit Awards. The 18 unit residential development has been shortlisted in the Housing category for exemplifying how to take a seemingly run down 1960’s block and transform it through clever design to provide high quality modern accommodation.  The building has been transformed internally and externally providing additional and better accommodation along with vastly improved external landscaping improving both the amenity and outlook of all of the apartments. The significant upgrading of the  environmental performance has been a key consideration in ensuring the long term future of the building.

Granville Road used for inspiration on ‘The House That £100k Built’


The studio is buzzing with the news that our project at Granville Road was used for inspiration on BBC's 'The House that £100k Built' earlier this week. The show features Jo'ann and Andy who are trying to build a home that won't produce a heating or electricity bill, while keeping within a restrictive £100k budget. Read More

Chelsea Embankment starts to make headlines


The team’s stunning transformation of Wentworth House, a grand mansion house located on London’s Chelsea embankment overlooking the Thames, was featured in the New Homes section of the Evening Standard Homes and Property supplement.This exciting luxury scheme is sure to grab attention and capture the imagination. Read More

A successful weekend at the Archikids Festival


Lipton Plant had a great time hosting the 'Ping Pong Challenge' for the Archikids Festival over the weekend. We had a fantastic turnout despite the windy conditions with hundreds of budding engineers and designers building catapults, cars and boats to race around our obstacle course outside the London Gherkin. Read More



We’re looking for exceptionally creative architects to join the team. The roles we are looking to fulfil will require successful candidates to; Read More

Shaping the latest chapter


Lipton Plant are featured in the July edition of Angel Resident magazine. Ed Lipton looks back over the last 13 years of working in Islington and the evolution and growth of the practice. Read More

Much better than Speed Dating


LPA opened its doors to the public on Thursday afternoon for Clerkenwell Design Week. The team hosted a ‘Speed Architecting’ event for guests to challenge the team with their design conundrums. Read More

Reaching for the Sky… Garden


For the latest edition of Roaming Revues-day, the Team headed into the Square Mile to enjoy breakfast at Darwin’s brasserie, in the Sky Garden of Vinoly’s 20 Fenchurch Street. We met nearby on Pudding Lane and ignored our appetite for a few minutes to first consider the rich history that’s to be found when walking just a few yards in this remarkable City. A gorgeous clear blue sky provided the perfect backdrop as we headed up to the ‘’Walkie Talkie’’ The now infamous building has received something of a mixed reaction from the public, and some of our team seemed no different. However, the architectural qualities were easy to appreciate the closer we got, and it was even harder not to smile after whooshing up in the lift and walking out onto the 35th floor balcony for the first time. From this viewpoint, you can really appreciate the wonderful variety and contrasts of urban London’s many centuries of architectural evolution. Quite mesmerising; the breakfast was rather lovely too.


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