Angie Jim Osman


An architect 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.

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. She is currently leading the design of a new hybrid building with 170 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 teaches on the master’s course at the London School of Architecture, regularly hosting classes in our studios, and is a member of the Wandsworth and Richmond Design Review Panels.

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.