At Nagan Johnson, our approach is to create unique spaces often within historic and physically challenging sites. We aim to embed our buildings in their local context but to ensure it is recognised as contemporary and sustainable.
Outside of the office, we work with our local BID, WeAreWaterloo (the only cross borough BID in London) to action our commitment to breaking down boundaries. The rear wall to our office marks the borough boundary between Lambeth and Southwark and our LFA installation along Pontypool Place up to Boundary Row will celebrate this.
We will also be blurring the boundaries between us and neighbouring architects Weston Williamson. For one night only, we will be inviting all our visitors and staff to mingle and flow freely between the two practices.
Join us at LFA Studio Lates to see some of our work which explores the theme of boundaries in a social and cultural context. We will be holding discussions and giving insider tips into the hidden gems that architects like to enjoy in our wider community, opening into our studio and inviting you to sample our home-made delicacies.