Laura Petruso
Architect MArch ARB OAC AIA

Laura graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan, after spending an year in Paris, at the École des Beaux-Art.

After joining the National Order of Architects of Cagliari (Italy) became an ARB registered architect in 2001, and an AIA in 2021.

Over the course of her long professional experience she worked for architects of international fame like Massimiliano Fuksas in Rome, Norman Foster and KPF (Kohn Pedersen & Fox) in London.

She has also been Assistant teacher at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and Part-time lecture at Oxford Brookes.

She is also a valued member of the Design Review Panel in Wandsworth and Richmond, as well as a Board Member of Wandsworth Business and Education Succeeding Together (BEST).

In her view architecture is elemental, where light, air, stone and warmth form its components that create a quality of space essential for its experience and good living.

Clear form, clean line, pure geometry and the attentive shaping of light characterise Laura’s means of arriving at successful design.

She is constantly focused of her practice core values that are intertwined with her ambition: place-making, high production standards, common sense, coherence, appropriateness, sustainability and delivering an architectural language that surpasses expectations.