Following a highly successful two year master’s degree in architecture, double award-winning graduate, Luke Riggall, has re-joined LK2 Architects with a full time position as an RIBA part II architectural designer.
Luke has been awarded two prestigious academic awards for his architectural work at the Leicester School of Architecture: the Top M.Arch Design Prize and the RIBA Leicestershire and Rutland Society of Architects Award. The ambitious designer has also been nominated for the industry recognised 3DReid Student Prize, as well as being shortlisted for the Christopherson Collection, both of which are currently pending results.
Over the past three years, Luke has been actively involved at LK2 Architects working on a number of award winning projects, including the £55 million mixed used Folly Reach development on the Isle of Wight, and the £6 million sports and educational facility in Stamford.
“I am enjoying my growing responsibilities within the LK2 team, it is such a diverse and respected firm and they have provided me with a number of exciting opportunities. I am extremely proud to be recognised for my efforts through these awards. I am looking forward to building upon both my design skill and professional experience within LK2 and to be part of its continued growth and success.”
Dale Lui, director at LK2, said:
“We are delighted to be attracting award-winning architectural designers. Luke brings an original design flair, which complements the other LK2 teams and will enhance the services already provided by LK2.”
LK2 is a unique firm of consultants who specialise in architecture, sports and education project development. The business works on a number of projects ranging from residential properties and office spaces to the development of town centres and large sports facilities.