LLDS is a design practice that investigates architecture as making processes. Through making, we engage our clients through responses and dialogue that actively reflects their brief.
We see architecture and our furniture not as objects, rather as spatial interfaces and sensory apparatus expressed through deep material understanding and organisation. Manipulated through digital design processes and tooling capacity, our work strives to define new spatial experiences and condition of inhabitation. Within each project, we aim to open up latent design opportunities and potentials through working within real life constraints. Paul Loh and David Leggett are founding partners of the practice with architect registration in the UK and Victoria, Australia. David is a member of Australian Institute of Architects. Paul is also lecturer at the Melbourne School of Design and AIA, the Victorian chapter Education Committee member.
Power to Make is the manufacturing arm of LLDS.