Samuel George Brooke


Originally from Leicester, Sam completed his undergraduate degree at Newcastle University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape. In his thesis project, he explored the role in which infrastructural architecture has within urban spaces- specifically looking at communities split by transport infrastructures, and the resulting social, economic, and geographical impacts.

Graduating 2018, Sam moved to London, where he worked for a year at AJK Architecture + Design, primarily working on the renovation and extension of a Community Centre and Theatre on the Worlds End Estate, Chelsea. Sam then moved on to work for WestonWilliamson+Partners, where he will continue working as part of his LSA practice placement.

At the LSA, he hopes to further his work exploring themes around public realm and community-centric architecture, and its ties to local infrastructures, where design is ultimately driven by community consultation and co-design.