Lloyd Helen

Lloyd Helen

London, GB



Lloyd Helen is an architectural designer based in London, UK. At FBM Architects, he is leading on university projects for the University of East Anglia and on the delivery of Phase 1 of a residential masterplan for Be First in the London Borough of Barking. Before relocating to the UK, Lloyd previously worked with renowned architecture firms in China, Germany, the USA, and in his native Ireland. Alongside his work in practice, Lloyd operates as a freelance design consultant for a range of clients including a property technology company in New York and a television production studio in Dublin. He is a registered Architect in the UK, a Fellow of the Urban Design Forum, and a contributing author for Architecture Ireland. 



Cooper Robertson, New York, NY, US, Designer

Mar 2019 - current

Envelope, New York, NY, US, Design Consultant

Nov 2016 - current

FBM Architects, London, Architect

Dec 2016 - Feb 2019

Belmont Freeman Architects, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer / Project Manager

Jan 2015 - Jun 2016

Kinlin Rutherfurd Architects, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

Dec 2013 - Dec 2014

Grafton Architects, Dublin, Architectural Designer

Sep 2013 - Nov 2013

BOLLES+WILSON, Muenster, DE, Architectural Designer

Jan 2011 - Aug 2011

MADA s.p.a.m., Shanghai, CN, Architectural Designer

Sep 2010 - Nov 2010


University of Westminster, London, GB, Professional Practice in Architecture

Architectural Practice Management
English Law, Regulations, Contracts and Procurement
Professional Case Study
Professional Development and Experience

Sep 2017 - Nov 2018

University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, IE, MArch, Architecture

'The Architecture of Curiosity', based in Glasgow, Scotland.
Exhibited at Bauhaus OPEN, Weimar, Germany. (Aug.-Sep. 2013)

'The Architectural Blog - a study of a new typology in architectural discourse'

Sep 2011 - Aug 2013

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, London, MArch, Architecture

[Dept. 3 Erasmus Exchange]
A progressive approach demonstrated the potential that modern technologies can have on architectural design. Studies in plastic and adaptability.

Jan 2012 - Jun 2012

University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, IE, BArch, Architecture

Entrance Exhibition Scholarship 2007
Bruce Shortt Memorial Prize 2009 (best studio project)
EIL Intercultural Award 2008 (Irish delegate for 3-week inter-European conference in Germany)

Sep 2007 - Sep 2010


Bauhaus Open 2014 Exhibition, Nomination

Thesis project chosen for exhibition at Bauhaus University, Weimar, Germany.


Bruce Shortt Memorial Prize, 1st Place

Awarded for best design project at the School of Architecture in University College Dublin


Irish Ambassador, Nomination

Chosen as one of two Irish delegates to participate at an inter-European 3-week conference, held in Germany.


UCD Entrance Exhibition, Scholarship

For outstanding achievement in pre-university examinations


Areas of Specialization