SOM's London office will be open to the public on September 16th, 2017 as part of the citywide Open House initiative. Since 2014, the London office of SOM's global practice has been located in the Broadgate Tower, a building of our own design within the city's renowned Broadgate business district.
SOM's Exchange House in London is featured in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Journal. Architect Maria Smith describes the building's fusion of architecture and engineering as "a fabulous example of an onerous constraint generating something wonderful."
As part of a citywide event, SOM’s London office will once again host an open house on September 17th, 2016 from 12 to 4 p.m. This is the third consecutive year that the office has participated in Open House London.
SOM's London office in The Broadgate Tower will once again open its doors to the public during Open House London 2015. This is the second consecutive year that the office has participated in this citywide event.
On March 4, 2015, SOM hosted a reception at its London office to celebrate the Exchange House winning the 25-Year Award for 2015 from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Exchange House is the first project in the UK — and only the third international project — to win the prestigious accolade.
William F. Baker, SOM Structural and Civil Engineering Partner, was recently interviewed by Architects + Artisans about Exchange House in London. The building recently received the AIA's coveted 25-Year Award.
Archinect shares the news of Exchange House winning the AIA's 25-Year Award for 2015. Designed and engineered by SOM, the elegant, ten-story office building spans over the tracks of London’s Liverpool Street Station.
Exchange House, an elegant ten-story office building that spans over the merging tracks of London’s Liverpool Street Station, has been awarded AIA's prestigious 25-Year Award for 2015. SOM designed and engineered the building, completed in 1990.
Today, Architect Magazine highlights that SOM's Exchange House has received the AIA's prestigious 25-Year Award for 2015. It is the first project to win in the UK and the sixth SOM project to receive the award.