Duncan studied architecture at the University of Nottingham before spending two years at Allies and Morrison, where he gained experience working on a range of residential, commercial and education projects.
While at the LSA, Duncan has spent much of his time researching the future of transport in London. In his first year, he proposed a new strategic cycle corridor across the capital, before joining a team studying the effects that a reduction in personal deliveries in London might have on the city’s streets. Duncan continued this theme in his Second Year thesis project, where he proposed a framework for the future development of London’s arterial roads following a predicted collapse in car use and ownership.
Duncan hopes to put the knowledge he’s gained at the LSA to good use, pursuing his interest in solving strategic problems in London with the aim of creating a better urban environment.