Luka Melon

Date joined: 2005
Honours: BArch ARB
Key Projects: Luton Street, London; The Nova Building, London; One Hyde Park, London; Penthouse Apartment, London

Luka joined Flanagan Lawrence in 2005 and becoming Associate in 2012, and Associate Director in 2015.

Luka successfully completed The Nova Building in 2017 as a key member of the Interior Architecture and Design team, latterly assuming full responsibility for the detailed design and technical resolution of the building envelope through to completion. He is now working on the design of Luton Street, a residential led mixed use scheme in Westminster.

His time at the practice has involved working as a key member on the design and construction of a number of significant high end residential projects in London. These include a luxury tower adjacent to the Tate Modern; the base build fit-out of all luxury apartments, Leisure and Spa Suites at One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge; and the fit-out of a unique three storey Penthouse for a private client. He was also the Project Architect on a high specification West End office refurbishment in London.

Luka graduated from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 2001, before working in New York. Before moving to the UK, Luka’s professional experience overseas was primarily in the hospitality and residential sectors. He has worked on several completed projects including an award winning stage theatre, a flagship casino and hotel complex and a number of residential, workplace and healthcare projects.

During his career in New York and London he has collaborated successfully on various competitions, exhibitions and installations in Slovenia, Croatia and Italy, the most notable being a collaboration with New York based artist Tobias Putrih on the Slovenian pavilion at the 52nd Venice Art Biennale in 2007. The 30-seat cinema pavilion was later exhibited at the Hayward Gallery in London.

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