You+Pea is the architectural design practice of Sandra Youkhana and Luke Caspar Pearson. They currently run Research Cluster 12 #rc12bartlett at the Bartlett School of Architecture.
Sandra Youkhana is a graduate from the Bartlett School of Architecture, studying Architecture for both Part I and Part II where she achieved Distinction in Design and Thesis as well as receiving the Bartlett School of Architecture Medal in 2014 for her postgraduate work. She has also been the recipient of the Fitzroy Robinson Drawing Prize in 2011 and the Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners Bursary in 2012. Sandra has worked with a diverse range of Architects and designers, and as an Architectural Research Assistant at UCL. She has taught on both MArch and Urban Design programmes at the Bartlett.
Luke Caspar Pearson is a designer and Teaching Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, where he has run Unit 4 on the BSc Architecture programme since 2009. Luke studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture where he has been the previous recipient of the RIBA Bronze Medal and was also awarded a Leverhulme Trust Grant towards his postgraduate studies. He is currently undertaking a PhD by Design in Architecture at the Bartlett, exploring videogames and architecture, and was awarded the UCL Graduate Research Scholarship for this work. Luke’s work has been exhibited in the Royal Academy as well as being published in journals and magazines such as Architect’s Sketchbooks, CLOG, The RIBA Journal and Interstices.
You+Pea have a shared interest in architecture as a creative platform which draws inspiration from all aspects of popular culture - whether considered ‘high’ or ‘low’. We enjoy architecture that celebrates the graphic and the immediate, and demands attention through a vibrant conversation with its surroundings.