Wassili studied in Karlsruhe and Dresden. Until his brother Hans Luckardt died in 1954, he joined an architectural office with him from 1921. The often changed their building's styles. In the early 1920s the were part of the Expressionism, being strong in Germany. During the 1920s they adopted more and more the Modernism in architecture with concrete constructions. After joining the Nazi Party NSDAP they cladded their few houses to be visualy part of the Nazi architectural programme.
After World War II he lived in Western Germany and designed many official buildings.