Alistair Lucks is a Registered Architect in the state of Massachusetts who maintains a focus on residential and interior architecture. He holds a B.A. in Sociology from The Colorado College and a Masters of Architecture from Rice University.

Alistair began his career working as an apprentice to sculptor Michio Ihara in 1994. After graduating from Architecture school in 2002, Alistair worked at several Boston area architecture firms including William Wilson Associated Architects, Arrowstreet Inc. and Chang + Sylligardos Architects. He began his own practice in 2009 and is based in Jamaica Plain, MA.

Alistair's design abilities stem directly from the skills he learned making highly crafted components for sculptor Michio Ihara. Alistair brings his knowledge of varied materials and the techniques of lasting joinery to every project that he works on. His degrees in sociology and architecture have furthered his understanding of the way in which architectural space and the social lives of humans interact to define each other. One of Alistair's core beliefs is that thoughtfully designed spaces and buildings allow us to live more fulfilling lives.

Most recently, Alistair has focused his practice on green building and energy efficient architecture. He has experience making energy efficient building upgrades and specifying sustainable materials in his projects. He is a Certified Passive House Consultant and has the knowledge to design comfortable, healthy buildings that consume 90% less energy than buildings built using today's standards. Whatever the scope or type of project, Alistair's goal in practice is to provide his clients with projects that offer beauty, value and functionality.