Lucy Block

Lucy joined Matter Architecture in 2016 and is the practice representative for several pan-London industry organisations. She worked as project architect at McDowell+Benedetti from 2011 to 2016. Her earlier experience includes working on several historic buildings with Designscape Architects and BBA Architects, both based in Bath.
She studied architecture at the University of Bath, University of Sheffield and London Metropolitan University. Lucy’s Masters’ thesis dissertation was nominated for the Presidents Medal Dissertation Prize in 2011 and went on to form the basis for a contribution to Architecture and Movement; The Dynamic Experience of Buildings and Landscapes, a collection of studies edited by Peter Blundell-Jones.
Lucy was responsible for compiling Matter’s research work on prison design for health and
wellbeing, which won the ethics and sustainable development award at the RIBA president’s awards in 2018, which was subsequently published in the Journal of Architecture in 2019.