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Mike Tuck



Mike Tuck founded the studio in 2014 


Over the last 5 years Mike has combined teaching with practice, first as a visting lecturer at the University of Greenwich and more recently as a Design Fellow at the University of Cambridge.  Focussing on attitudes to materiality and construction Mike has extended this research through the practice’s work in developing a critical approach to sustainable construction and in particular to adaptation of existing fabric.

Romey Edwards

Senior Designer


Romey grew up on the Arcadian plains of Suffolk where, perversely, he cultivated a healthy love of cities, buildings and urbanism. Having successfully fled the dull horror of 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.

The next odyssey was to London and gainful if chaotic employment alongside Mike Tuck at Clive Sall Architecture. Quickly, 5 years and an MA at London Met under AOC and Tony Fretton clattered past and it was once more time for change.

Romey has been working with Mike Tuck at his eponymous practice in Leyton since 2015 where they share an enjoyment of architecture, Adnams and sausage rolls.

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

Sam Clayton



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


While studying at Cambridge University he founded a society to build interventions 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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