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"We are passionate about reframing the way our built environments are created and look to spark change in the industry through innovative work that challenges the status quo.
We are driven by the question of how we can better shape places in response to people’s needs, create solutions for changing patterns of life in the 21st century and develop new ways that are fit for the societal challenges and possibilities of today?"


​MATTER . SPACE . SOUL is a new type of spatial design lab working to re-imagine places in response to changing patterns of life. We put human experience at the centre, in order to design for health, happiness, quality of life and social wellbeing.

As a new type of specialist discipline in a field of quickly growing interest, we work fluidly across architecture, urban design, interiors, public art, and placemaking – going beyond surface appearances to incorporate emotional, psychological, social and cultural impacts into spatial design.

Since inception, the studio has been recognized for it’s forward-thinking approaches and we often speak at industry conferences on our particular perspectives; looking more deeply into the unseen yet strongly felt human aspects of places.

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FOUNDER; Natasha Reid, MA (Hons). DipArch, FRSA

Passionate about the relationship between people and places, Natasha founded the studio in 2014 after developing her career at award-winning architecture practices working on high profile, design-led projects.  Over the last decade she has focused on the social, psychological and emotional impacts of places and often speaks at conferences on forward-thinking approaches to pressing urban issues.
She is a “Healthy Places and Inclusive Design” expert for two London borough review panels, a Fellow with the Center for Conscious Design and an Associate with the Quality of Life Foundation.
Natasha is an advocate for the power of design to create change that matters, recognised in international publications such as Wallpaper* and Elle Decoration, as a "Groundbreaker" and "Women to Watch".
Natasha studied architecture at Cambridge University, and gained a distinction for her postgraduate Professional Diploma in Architecture.  She is also commissioned as an artist.





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