Luke Butcher studied architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture, University of Cambridge and University of Pennsylvania, where he held a prestigious Thouron Scholarship. In addition to First Class Honours and Distinctions in architecture, he also holds a Masters in Environmental Building Design. Luke is the recipient of a number of individual awards and was shortlisted for the RIBA Bronze Medal (2009). Prior to co-founding BBA, Luke worked for a range of internationally acclaimed multi-disciplinary design and construction companies in Manchester, London and Cambridge. Luke has experience on projects with values ranging from £150,000 to £150 million, including Abraham Darby Academy, SOAS Senate House, Southbank Tower and the Parliamentary Estate. Luke has taught at the Manchester School of Architecture and University of Pennsylvania, with his academic research published internationally.
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