From his base in rural Columbia County, NY, Edward Tuck provides Architecture, Planning and Design services to residential, commercial and institutional clients in New York State and beyond.

A practicing architect for over thirty years, he has an abiding interest in making things of lasting value and in sustainability—taken to mean a balanced set of environmental, social and economic priorities. He has worked on diverse building types ranging from embassies, museums and libraries to retail, high-end residential and affordable housing.

In addition to running his practice in the Hudson Valley, he remains a consulting director at TUBASTUDIO with Giovanna Balarezo, in Lima, Péru. Previously he had been a partner at Selldorf Architects in New York City and a principal at Michael Graves Architect.

He studied architecture at Princeton University where he got both graduate and undergraduate degrees, he is licensed in NY State and LEED certified. Prior to becoming licensed, he worked at SOM, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Vignelli Associates in New York City.

In addition to being an architect, he has a culinary degree from the International Culinary Center in NYC, practices a mix of Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga seriously, and is a passionate amateur gardener. His greatest lessons have been learned walking, raising a son and observing the passage of time in the Hudson Valley.