Natasha Reid

As a practitioner founding a new architecture lab – Matter Space Soul – the question of how to make places that can be meaningful to people is a fundamental one. To know that our solutions can tangibly make a difference and positively impact human wellbeing is what gives our work purpose. To make places that can matter.
Natasha Reid founded architecture lab Matter . Space . Soul, to develop responsive solutions for how design can improve people’s quality of life, wellbeing and experience of places. Her practice often goes outside the conventional boundaries of architectural practice, and has been recognised for its progressive approaches. In 2013, she created a conceptual “Embassy for Refugees” to host the UN-HCR. Her international competition winning “Intimate Infrastructure” proposals for solving the housing crisis was presented to the Greater London Authority (2015). She has received a cross-city research grant from the British Council for her “Intimate Neighbourhoods” project, investigating place-making between London and New York (2017).

CCD Fellow for Conscious London