Natasha Huq is a conservation accredited architect based in Edinburgh, with over ten years’ experience in the adaptation of existing buildings. She believes that retaining and reusing existing buildings is a fundamental part of sustainable development and contributes to the cultural identity and social value of our cities and towns.
Outside architectural practice Natasha enjoys enabling conversations about design through varying roles she holds including; university tutor, mentor, cultural events programmer and broadcaster. Her TV work includes co presenting Grand Designs The Streets and Grand Designs House of the Year both for Channel 4.
Natasha has been an external marker, guest lecturer and design tutor at ESALA (University of Edinburgh), and has mentored students at all stages of their architectural career from school age to post graduates. She has also co-developed ‘Talks at the Lane’, a series of themed participatory lectures which brings together national and international designers and makers with local creative communities in order to foster debate and encourage broader dialogues. She has also contributed to a number of architectural journals and magazines.
Natasha is represented by Fiona, who can be contacted at [email protected]