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Recent Projects 

Palette To Plate

W London partners with Lois O’Hara unveiling colourful afternoon tea. This exciting partnership brings together Lois’ unique artistic vision with W London’s Pastry Consultant Leyre to create an afternoon tea experience that transcends the ordinary. 

Celebrating 40 years with Parkside Tiles

For Clerkenwell Design Week 2023, Lois collaborated with Parkside to show how bright colours can be used in an interior space, successfully. As well as the window installation, Lois also designed the logo and tote bags for the event.

One Gloucester Place, Brighton

Lois was commissioned by Creative Debuts and JLL to design artwork for One Gloucester Place, which is a new development in Brighton. The bathrooms and reception area were renovated and re-designed as part of the scheme. The artwork which is in Lois’s signature fluid style, shows the positive effects nature has on our mental health.

Think Independently, Together

Lois was commissioned by Wembley Park to rejuvenate the area in front of Wembley Park Stadium. Think Independently, Together aims to be a welcoming space for multi-generational connectivity, developed alongside young local adults whose critical feedback shaped the final visual. The intention is to create a joyful space which celebrates the diversity in the area using an eye-popping colour palette and interlocking shapes, encouraging connection and interaction.


Kohler prides itself on designs which will enrich and enable an architect or interior designers’ vision through a huge spectrum of colour, finish, pattern and function. At the start of Design London, Kohler unveiled a striking piece of art wrapped around the Discussions at Design London, truly reflective of Lois’s style and formed from a calm selection of pastels.

Grand Designs LIVE

Lois designed the entrance area for Grand Designs Live in 2022. Powerful but fluid shapes adorned the front walls and corridor for guests to enjoy as they entered the event. The colour palette was joyful, showing guests how they could mix bright colour combinations with plants to create a more attractive and welcoming interior space.