Lucinda McLean

Lucinda McLean

Architect

Lucinda McLean is a Director of NMBW Architecture Studio. The practice specialises in an analytical, research based approach to design, linking site-specific actions to larger urban and landscape concerns. The work has been widely exhibited, published and awarded across categories including single and multiple residential design, small public works, adaptive re-use of existing buildings and peripheral urban design strategies.

In union with practice, Lucinda regularly teaches in the architecture program at RMIT University. Her teaching approach links environmental, design and community interests and actively engages with local planning authorities and local communities. She is regularly invited to lecture and participate in workshops both nationally and internationally and has been an invited jury member on professional and academic awards.

Lucinda has a Masters of Architecture from the Staedel Art Academy in Frankfurt where she studied with Enric Miralles and a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) from Melbourne University. She is currently a candidate in the RMIT PhD program in Architecture and Design. Lucinda is interested and experienced in working within local landscape ecologies and designing the relationship between architectural, urban and landscape strategies. This results in an increased landscape specificity and response to local identity.

Lucinda has worked in offices in Berlin and London.

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