Luke studied at Oxford Brookes, before moving to Berlin where he worked at Anja Beecken Architekten and helped start a small practice with Bernd Plumm, focusing mainly on residential projects. Upon returning to the UK, Luke worked at AECOM, where he had the chance to work on a wide range of projects from residential to embassies.
While studying at the LSA, Luke worked at Parti, where he had the opportunity to work on a number of exciting projects, from a hotel located in a disused quarry in the Lake District to a hotel on Kangaroo Island in Australia.
Through these experiences, Luke honed his skills in designing residential architecture. Luke put these skills into practice for his Master’s thesis, for which he designed an intergenerational housing scheme that brings the users together around growing, cooking and eating; allowing users to share space and resources as well as care for one another.