Angie Jim Osman


A designer, urbanist and teacher, Angie is design lead on several of our housing and regeneration schemes within London and abroad. She brings over twenty years’ experience working on residential and mixed-use projects leading teams from feasibility through to construction. Many of her projects have been for industrial contexts and she has a particular skill in designing for sensitive sites.

Currently, Angie is leading several projects in Toronto, involving the redevelopment of prominent urban sites into new, sustainable pieces of what is a fast-growing city. Notable projects include Toronto East and Beltline Yards, the redevelopment of an industrial site into a mixed-use transport-led community. A design leader in the practice, she became a Partner of the practice at the end of 2022.

She has been involved across our work on Greenwich Peninsula, a masterplan for a former industrial site that is one of the largest development projects in Europe, including obtaining consent for a detailed residential scheme and looking at wider sitewide issues and has recently led the design of a new hybrid building with 176 residential units within our King’s Cross masterplan.

She is a member of our Housing and Hotel Groups, a co-author of the practice Housing Design Book and currently sits on our Management Team. She was a founding faculty member and continues to support the London School of Architecture. She is a member of Design Review Panels for Haringey, Wandsworth, LLDC, Redbridge and Richmond.

Originally from Canada, but now a seasoned Londoner, she obtained degrees in urban geography at McGill University and architecture at University of British Columbia, and her professional qualification at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London.