Who are you?
LSI Architects is an AJ100, Award-winning Architectural Practice with around 70 people, including Architects, Technologists and Support Staff, based in London and Norwich.
What do you do?
The Practice undertakes architectural projects for clients of all types, from major contractors, commercial and public sector clients throughout the UK, with a particular focus on projects in London, Norfolk, Cambridge and the Eastern Region.
Why are you a member of Norfolk ProHelp?
We value our place in society and in our locality and work to enhance the quality of life around us. Opportunities to work on probono projects are open to everyone, but they provide an ideal opportunity for younger members of our team to develop experience which they can use on bigger, fee-earning projects. The business benefits we are able to realise through our work on probono projects, alongside the social benefits, mean that not only can we sustain what we do but we are also able to achieve more to benefit others.
What have been some of the probono projects you’ve worked on?
LSI have been involved in 12 probono projects undertaken in the last five years, projects include the Matthew Project Recovery Hub, Louise Hamilton Centre, Tracks Autism Centre and new facilities for the Sue Lambert Trust.