Lorna Soar has over 25 years experience working with architects, designers and manufacturers in the construction industry.
In 1981 she studied a degree for Technical & Scientific Illustration and worked for the Lancashire Museum Service. Then moving to Cambridge she worked for a number of different advertising & design studios, working first as an illustrator then as a graphic designer and finally as a studio manager, before forming her own company in 1987.
Concentrating on corporate identity and brochure design for architects, as well as managing a photographic library working with media around the world. In the 1990’s her work expanded to include more research and targeted marketing campaigns for a broader client base within the built environment. Including product launches and introducing international manufacturers to the UK; devising and implementing advertising, PR and marketing strategies. Her work also includes finding sponsors for events and seminars as well as curating exhibitions for top UK architects and engineers. Including the Faces of British Architecture and Top 100 architects in their workspace at the RIBA. Her background in design and management of a photographic library ensures brand awareness and attention to detail at all times.
Photographic portraits of 100 architectural practices in their workspaces by Timothy Soar, alongside illustrative examples of their work.
Organised and curated by Lorna Soar.
Biomimicry and the Ecological Age
Roger Hawkins, Julian Robinson
The CrossRail Journey
Alex de Rijke, Richard Woods
Truth to Materials and Other Untruths
Sean Griffiths, Erik Kessels
David Nelson, Per Arnoldi
Colour is Communication
Sir Terry Farrell, Professor David Mach
The Relationship between Art & Architecture
Ken Shuttleworth, Roger Ridsdill Smith
Simon Allford, Roger Zogolovitch
Rules of Engagement
Robert Emmerson, John McAslan
Less is More
Mark Whitby, Antony Gormley
The Art of Work
Roland Paoletti, Chris Wilkinson
Web of Life