Lucas Facer RIBA / ARB is an architect and designer based in London. His work covers a range of disciplines and scales, from architectural design and historic building restoration to exhibition and furniture design. He studied architecture at The University of the West of England, The University of Bath and The University of Westminster.
Before establishing his studio, Lucas worked with Haworth Tompkins Architects on several cultural design and residential projects in London. During this time, he helped lead the design and delivery of a new lightweight rooftop pavilion at The National Theatre from concept design through to completion. He also worked on the design of The Lighthouse for Holy Trinity Church and a mixed-use development for Pembroke College in Cambridge.
Lucas has worked on a range of exhibitions and events as a set designer, builder and installer with various organisations, including The Serpentine Gallery, Glastonbury Festival and The Wellcome Trust. He has an interest in making and building as a social act, assisting with building workshops in Latvia, Hungary and at home here in the UK.