BArch(Hons), DipArch, ARB
Lucie has now been with WT Architecture for over 4 years and has contributed to and led a number of projects including Camuscross and Duisdale Community Hub on the Isle of Skye, a generous private house project in Midlothian and a large mixed-use Steading conversion in East Lothian. Currently, Lucie is Lead Architect on a 16 house development in the Scottish Borders and a barn conversion in the North York Moors.
Training at Edinburgh College of Art, Lucie completed her studies in 2010 and built up over 5 years combined experience in design-led practices prior to joining WT Architecture at the start of 2015.
Lucie worked on a number of carefully crafted projects, often in historic buildings and context, during her Part 1 experience at Malcolm Fraser Architects and following graduation gained extensive experience in community engagement, masterplanning and urban design as well as community, arts and culture, residential, hotel and consulate buildings with RMJM and 7N Architects.
Lucie has also taught part-time at Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture alongside practice for two and a half years. This inspired a passion for tutoring up-and-coming Architects and she continues to teach whenever opportunities arise.
With a keen interest in psychology, in the impact of the built environment on individual and collective wellbeing and most importantly in architecture’s potential to improve these and positively impact people’s everyday lives, Lucie specialised in the subject of Architecture and Wellbeing in her post-grad training and this continues to inform her approach to design at WTA.
In her personal life Lucie is a mum who loves all manner of adventures with her husband and two year old son. She is an avid maker, gardener and loves the outdoors, especially hiding away in remote locations for long weekends with family and friends.