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Natasha Huq co-hosts RIBA House of the Year 2022


Associate and Conservation Architect at GRAS, Natasha Huq, returns as the presenter of RIBA House of the Year 2022. Natasha joins Michelle Ogundehin, Damion Burrows and Kevin McCloud in a journey through the longlisted buildings, with the first episode airing on Channel 4’s Grand Designs House of the Year on Wed 16th of November at 9pm. Visit RIBA to explore the longlist.

Natasha is an RIAS Conservation Accredited architect with over ten year’s experience in the creative adaptation of existing buildings. She is passionate about working with built heritage because of its representation of cultural identity and its intrinsic connection with sustainability. Natasha specialises in community engagement and has worked with organisations, such as the Old Town Development Trust, the Jedburgh Community Trust and the Shetland Amenity Trust.

Natasha is an external marker, guest lecturer and a design tutor at ESALA (University of Edinburgh). She has also co-developed ‘Talks at the Lane’, a series of themed lectures which brings high profile national and international architects and makers to Custom Lane to encourage a broader dialogue within the local design community. She is committed to promoting conservation, diversity and inclusion within general architectural practice and volunteers for groups such as the RIAS Education Group and the EAA Conservation Group.

Visit to read more about Natasha’s work on the intersection of architecture, heritage, sustainability and public engagement.