Michelle Ludik is the Regional Leader of Heritage and Adaptive Reuse at HOK’s London studio. She is an accredited conservation architect and PASSIVHAUS Consultant with more than two decades of experience preserving historic buildings to help asset owners meet sustainability targets. She specialises in adaptive reuse and renovation projects as well as sustainable new build architecture in historic settings. Michelle collaborative approach and technical skills has helped design and deliver large-scale, extremely complex award-winning projects around the world. Her expertise ranges across multiple markets, including civic and cultural, mixed-use, corporate, commercial, governmental and residential. Her previous projects include work at the Old Admiralty Building, Brook’s Club, Alexandra Palace, Whitehall, the Usher Gallery in Lincoln, St. David’s Library in Cardiff and other significant historic buildings and estates across London.