With more than two decades of experience in building preservation and design, Michelle Ludik, ARB, RIBA CA, is HOK’s regional leader of Conservation in London.
“Conservation and sustainable design are priorities for HOK and our clients,” said Daniel Hajjar, managing principal of HOK’s London office. “Michelle has extensive experience in both, and we are thrilled that she has joined our team.”
Ludik’s experience spans civic and cultural, mixed-use, corporate, commercial, governmental and residential markets. She employs a collaborative approach to refurbishing and transforming historic buildings, as well as designing new buildings in historic settings. Previous projects include work at the Old Admiralty Building in London, the Usher Gallery in Lincoln, the Royal College of Music in London, St. David’s Library in Cardiff and other significant historic buildings and estates across London.
“I’m always striving to better understand how the buildings we design can enhance people’s lives,” said Ludik. “I’m looking forward to collaborating with my colleagues at HOK to innovate and bring value to our built environment.”
Ludik is an accredited conservation architect with the Royal Institute of British Architects and a member of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings.