Luke graduated from the University of Western Australia in Perth with a Masters in Architecture. During his time at university, he was involved in numerous exchange programs, studying through Shanghai, Bangkok, and Barcelona. Luke worked on an intensive summer studio with RCR Arquitectes, which cultivated his passion for problem-solving through design.
After graduating he undertook an opportunity to work in Hong Kong for an Architecture practice that specialised in larger-scale commercial & mix-use developments in Mainland China where he visited sites in Shenzhen, Xian, Yinchuan. It was this experience that opened his horizons to how cities can be driven through architecture, how spaces, both public and private, can be designed for diversity, integrity, and sustainability.
Luke joined Pringle Richards Sharratt Architects in 2021 and has since worked extensively on the National Lottery Fund supported heritage project Brockwell Hall. The building erected in 1811 introduces the movement of de-carbonisation, where the project will omit gas usage and introduce ground-sourced heating.