Cindy Lau, RIBA
Cindy is an experienced architect who has worked across many sectors, including commercial office, residential, hotel, mixed use and master planning in the UK and Hong Kong. Her extensive project experience ranges across all phases of development and construction, from design inception, technical coordination, project administration and project delivery.
She worked closely with the project team on the new Cleveland Clinic, a cutting-edge medical care facility that is now under construction on a sensitive site facing Buckingham Palace. Cindy collaborated with Wayne and Bernard on Sky Central, which created a flexible workplace for circa 3,500 employees complete with a state-of-the-art auditorium, multiple food & beverage outlets and broadcasting facilities. She was the project architect for Hung Luen Road in Hong Kong a mixed-use development in Hong Kong on a prominent waterfront site that comprises two office towers and two retail blocks. She also worked on an office building at the new Bond Street Crossrail station, which involved testing a variety of development strategies as well as integrating new build elements into a historic urban fabric, and Page Street, the regeneration of an outdated 1960s building to create a new headquarters for Burberry.
Prior to this, her experience includes work on a range of projects through to planning stage. These include private residential development at Rathbone Place, Carey Street and Curzon Street in Central London, each of which involved testing a variety of development strategies as well as integrating new build elements into a historic urban fabric.
Cindy achieved her Bachelor of Architectural Studies degree (B.A.S.) and her Bachelor of Architecture degree with First Class Honours (B.Arch. (Hons) from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and was awarded Senior Prize in the same year. Her Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) was achieved at the Architectural Association in London. She completed her RIBA Part III studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London.
Cindy is a RIBA Chartered member, an ARB registered architect, and a licensed BRE Code of Sustainable Homes Assessor.