What is a digital branch?

View What is a digital branch?

The bank branch remains an important service channel despite the shift of customers to online banking and the growth of the cashless society. Freed from its traditional transactional purpose the new digital branch can become a customer centric and consultative experience. New technology is challenging how banks deliver services across retail networks and allowing them…

Read More


Construction Week Oman Awards result

View Construction Week Oman Awards result

National Bank of Oman’s (NBO) new headquarters designed by LOM architecture and design, FDP’s sister company, was Highly Commended at the Construction Week Oman Awards 2018 in the Commercial Project of the Year category.

Read More


Tech campus redefines collaborative workspace

View Tech campus redefines collaborative workspace

With RocketSpace’s new London tech campus LOM, FDP’s sister company, has sought to redefine the collaborative workspace. Chris Pyle talks design, interiors and a two year journey! In a city vibrating with young and ambitious start-ups, fuelled by disrupter mind-sets and boundless by technology, the physical spaces we inhabit too often fall desperately short of…

Read More


Tech campus for RocketSpace takes-off

View Tech campus for RocketSpace takes-off

LOM architecture and design, FDP’s sister company, has unveiled its new tech campus for RocketSpace, designed specifically for high-growth tech start-up businesses. RocketSpace, whose alumni include Uber, Blippar and Spotify, has been home to 18 Unicorn (billion dollar) companies from their San Francisco-based HQ. 

Read More


FDP helps GCB bank to soar

View FDP helps GCB bank to soar

FDP financial retail environments has been working with GCB, Ghana’s largest bank, for over four years, to develop a new customer focused retail network that delivers a better customer experience, improved performance and reduced costs. The new style bank branches are bright, welcoming and attractive with comfortable consultation environments to enhance customer relationships as well…

Read More


Sustainable model primary school for GCB

View Sustainable model primary school for GCB

FDP’s sister company, LOM architecture and design, has developed a model ‘off grid’ primary school concept for client Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB), as part of the bank’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, that can be rolled out to any part of the west African nation.

Read More


Digital branch scoops Banker Middle East award

View Digital branch scoops Banker Middle East award

Commercial Bank of Dubai’s (CBD) digital kiosk, designed by FDP financial retail environments, was awarded the ‘Best Kiosk Interface’ in the UAE at the Banker Middle East Awards 2015. Held on April 7 the annual awards ceremony celebrates the region’s best banking products and services, and is widely respected by the banking industry.

Read More


Contractor appointed on Omani bank HQ

View Contractor appointed on Omani bank HQ

LOM architecture and design sees work start on its state-of-the-art head office for National Bank of Oman (NBO) after construction contract is awarded to Al Turki Enterprises. The 49,000sqm landmark building will provide high quality office space, a large head office bank branch and a striking internal atrium inspired by Oman’s dramatic wadi gorges. The…

Read More


New directors announced at 25 year celebration

View New directors announced at 25 year celebration

Over 150 guests from the worlds of architecture, banking, education, workplace and design turned out on Thursday 26 February 2015 to celebrate 25 years since LOM architecture and design first began business. The party at our new studio in the heart of Shoreditch welcomed clients including the Commercial Bank of Qatar, Crest Nicholson, HSBC and RBS, and…

Read More


New identity for GCB

View New identity for GCB

GCB Bank, formerly Ghana Commercial Bank, have launched their new brand identity and retail branch concept, developed together with branding partners Vision.

Read More


  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2