Foster Lomas is a RIBA chartered practice that was started in 2005. Since the company was created, the directors, William Foster and Greg Lomas, have led the team to excellence and established a good reputation at a local and international level. They have experience in a wide range of projects from residential projects - like new build houses - to development projects for listed buildings. The assortment of backgrounds and experience allows the directors to lead the team well. William Foster studied Interior Architecture at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff and began his training under the guidance of former RIBA President Michael Manser before acquiring a diploma in Architecture at London Metropolitan University in 2000. Due to his immense potential, he was scouted by Foster + Partners and HOK Sport (World Stadium Team) to work on the new Wembley Stadium. On the other hand, Greg Lomas studied Architecture at Brighton University and worked for Speirs and Major as a lighting designer before being inducted by Habitat as a Product Designer. Upon completion of his Masters at London Metropolitan University, he worked for Piers Ford Architects, FLACQ and ACQ as a project architect.