Lucy Tauber is a registered Architect with a broad skill base and 14 years industry experience. She is involved in projects at all stages, from concept through construction to completion.
Her practice is both creative and commercial and works with clients to define, build and develop their built and graphic identities as their businesses evolve and grow. Having worked on projects from coffee shops to 550 capacity venues, the practice engages with both with start-up businesses and established operations alike.
Key to change in Shoreditch and East London, Lucy has been part of the alternative creative regeneration of the area since 1999. With involvement in architectural projects in the area from 'change of use' planning applications to bar licenses and restaurant fit-outs, Lucy has gained a valuable insight into both the evolution of the art and bar culture as well as the expectations of developers and local authorities.
Lucy regularly collaborates with artists on her projects, developing design briefs and overseeing and managing the development and production of art installations. Experimentation, sketching and model making form an important part of the creative process and, as a conceptual artist and sculptor herself, Lucy appreciates the creative process first hand from an artist's perspective.
Lucy is a Senior Lecturer at Kingston University and has taught across disciplines of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Interior Design at Degree and Post Graduate level.
Lucy also designs and runs community engagement projects with the Landscape Interface Studio at Kingston University.