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Mike Tuck Studio are London-based architects undertaking work in London, Cambridge and the South East of England. 

We love what we do and invest great energy in delivering projects which are well thought-through and finely crafted. We design projects in a thoughtful and hands-on way and collaborate with people that we know and trust. Our design process uses model-making and hand-sketching to ensure our clients are involved and informed at every stage.


Founded in 2014 by director Mike Tuck, the practice has taken on a diverse range of work in a short time. Our studio has become a place of continual investigation into how we can develop our original ideas into a built reality.  This process is driven by our genuine passion for materially and environmentally rich design. 

Mike Tuck


Mike Tuck is an RIBA chartered architect who founded the studio in 2014.


Mike studied architecture at the University of Cambridge and the Royal College of Art and also has an MA in sculpture from the Slade School of Fine Art. 

Between 2005 and 2014 Mike worked with RIBA award-winning practices to realise a diverse body of work ranging from one-off houses to the new Bretton Country Park visitors centre at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Mike has considerable experience of delivering complex and challenging projects. 

Over the last 5 years Mike has combined teaching with practice, most recently as a Design Fellow at the University of Cambridge. 

Romey Edwards


Romey grew up on the Arcadian plains of Suffolk where, perversely, he cultivated a healthy love of cities, buildings and urbanism. Having fled Ipswich, Romey embarked on a study of architecture amidst the dreaming spires of Oxford. 40 years earlier you could have found Romey’s father doing the exact same thing in the exact same place.

Romey has been working with Mike Tuck at his practice in Leyton since 2015, where they share an enjoyment of architecture, Adnams and sausage rolls. Romey has led innovative residential projects in Hackney, Leyton, Wanstead and Greenwich 

Romey is also a Visting Lecturer in Architecture at Oxford Brookes.

George Regnart

George studied architecture at the Cass School of Art, graduating with distinction, where he found particular interest in urban regeneration, the composition of architectural fragments and their framing of public spaces. His thesis concentrated on weaving new layers of urbanity between the existing formation of post-war developments within East London, looking to address current issues with the housing crisis. 

George has worked on a variety of projects including master planning, community centres, hotels, and many residential new build and refurbishment design projects. Most notably, approval for a large Sports & Community centre for a Hindu community located within the greenbelt in West London.

Sam Clayton


Sam joined the studio in 2016 and likes to make things. 


While studying at Cambridge University he founded a society to build pop-up structures in the city to engage with local charities. He enjoys a hands-on design process, which has continued while working in Edinburgh, the Outer Hebrides and London.


Sam is interested in materials and how construction can be community led. Sam has experience in self-build projects, theatre and set design, higher education and working with buildings of historical significance. He is currently studying for an MSc in Sustainability and Adaptation at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales. 

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