At Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands we focus on ways of bringing buildings and spaces together to become civilized and successful environments.
Since formation in 1986, the practice has worked from the ground up with clients, communities and users on projects that regenerate and improve the urban landscape or, out of town, enhance the rural environment. We embrace the cultural, social and historical context of our sites; this guides our choice of the materials and technologies required to create an appropriate architecture for now and the future. Our site specific approach enables us to address many different issues; as a result the schemes we tackle are extremely varied. We have created master plans for inner city regeneration and plans for new rural communities; we have designed housing and offices, restaurants, retail developments and supermarkets, swimming pools, sports and exhibition buildings, a green power station, bridges and building products.
North Cator Park transforms 3.5h of an existing underused parkland into a biodiverse park for people and wildlife, offering new social places for the local community to grow.View project
A new campus in Stratford, East London, that delivers high-quality student accommodation & the UCL Future Living Institute - flexible, multi-functional space for teaching & experimental laboratories.View project
The Moorgate is an aparthotel of 27 elegant serviced suites in a (part) Grade II listed terrace of four properties that provides a home from home for travellers that offers comfort and security.View project
The Hoxton, Southwark, integrates 192 hotel rooms, restaurants, bars and function rooms with 4,000 m2 of flexible co-working office space, all stacked within a slender 17-storey building.View project
This project combines art & architecture in subtly sequenced patterns of light across fourteen Thames bridges with colours referencing Impressionist & English Romantic painters.View project
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