OMMX are architects. We promote alternative approaches to building that aren’t just about how a neighbourhood looks and feels, but also who and what it stands for. Our approach is rooted in academia but is above all grounded by practice and dialogue with clients, consultants and communities. We create spaces that we can all relate to and that help us relate to one another. We have served a broad mix of private, social and public sector clients, working on affordable housing, private residences, galleries, offices, public spaces, festivals, exhibitions and shops. We currently advise Hackney and Brent Councils on their future development and sit on the board of Brighton’s West Pier Trust. Selected clients include the V&A, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Design Museum, English Heritage, the Wellcome Collection, the British Library, Clerkenwell Design Week, The Youth Hostels Association, Naked House, Lendlease and Marian Goodman Gallery. We have been nominated for the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture, the Lisbon Triennale Début Award and are included on the AJ’s 40 under 40 “a showcase of architecture’s brightest up-and-coming talent”. Our work has been published widely and we regularly contribute to architectural critique and discourse at institutions across Europe. We recently participated in the Architecture Foundation event Introducing New Housing — “a presentation of the best architects and most progressive developers working in the UK today” — and at the Building Centre panel discussion Rethinking The Way We Live.

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