Angie Jim Osman
DTT Leader — Connecting Communities, Founding Faculty
Angie joined Allies and Morrison in 2004 after working in Canada. She trained in urban studies at McGill University in Montreal and architecture at
the University of British Columbia in Canada. She obtained her professional qualification at The Bartlett School of Architecture in 2009.
At both Allies and Morrison and previous practices, she has run design teams to deliver projects from feasibility through to construction. Angie has been an integral member of the design development team; delivering planning, conducting public consultation, reviewing with statutory authorities including English Heritage and detailing work packages necessary for tender and construction. This has included design co- ordination with particular attention to requirements of local planning guidelines and building regulations.
Angie has designed and led a number of residential developments along with hotels, education, commercial and retail projects. Recently as a Director, she gained successful planning approval for large residential schemes in Greenwich and Wandsworth. Angie is also reviewing the public realm and common workspaces for an university masterplan in central London. She helped deliver tender for a retail development, Liverpool One, and design information through to construction for a Grade A office development at 2 St Paul’s Place in Sheffield demonstrating her ability to deliver a project to a client’s aspirations for high quality within budget.
Angie became a Director in 2016 and is a member of the practice’s Housing and Hotel Group. Outside of the practice, Angie has an interest in conservation enrolling in courses at the Society for Protection of Ancient Buildings. Angie also contributes to teaching at the London School of Architecture and is a member of the Wandsworth Design Review Panel.