journal

AshSakula in Paris

November 16, 2018

110 sketches to see Paris from the eyes of Ash Sakula.

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Using Vectorworks

Architects have a host of digital tools available to design and deliver buildings and landscapes. Each platform has its strengths and it is tempting to use each one for their special charms in a workflow.

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Pedro Street demolition starts

September 11, 2018

Our Pedro Street housing for the London Borough of Hackney is underway with the demolition of the existing boiler house on the site.

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Quiet Ways and Mad Lanes

June 25, 2018

Ash Sakula invites Rob Moore and Tarsha Finney to discuss how London can learn from the swift transformation of Melbourne.

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Absorbing Cities: creative hosting in turbulent times

June 14, 2018

Ash Sakula Architects invites Dr Noha Nasser, Siraj Izhar and Dr Federico Wulff to talk on the subject of cities, migration and intercultural concepts.

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See The Street

June 4, 2018

Ash Sakula Architects invite guests to explore the identity of a London street through making a two minute film.

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Liveable City Event

The Liveable City event was hosted by The Danish Embassy entitled: More People, Less Space: How to plan for densification in our big cities

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The Glasgow School of Art Should Not Be Restored

June 18, 2018

The Glasgow School of Art building made me realise I must study architecture there and nowhere else.

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Should the Glasgow School of Art be Rebuilt?

June 18, 2018

Following the second tragic fire, Robert Sakula isn't sure what the School's future should be.

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#SeeTheStreet

June 6, 2018

We decided to share our new video skills last night at our London Festival of Architecture event #SeeTheStreet in and around our studio. So Ash Sakula guests explored the narrow back streets and wide-open lanes of Bloomsbury with a flurry of individual storytellers armed with their phones and a green screen.

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SEE THE STREET

June 4, 2018

Ash Sakula Architects invites you to explore the identity of a London street through making a two minute film about what happens within your personal cone of vision as you walk the block. What draws your eye up a building? Do you weave the changing tapestry of buildings and pavements into your thoughts as you walk?

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Hackney Wickside masterplan receives planning permission!

May 23, 2018

Our NLA Award winning scheme for Hackney Wickside received planning permission yesterday evening.

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New Macho Modernism and Modular Homes!

May 16, 2018

Get excited! Read the lastest Ash Sakula journal entry about the British Construction Industry’s answer to the macho modernism of Elon Musk’s cool planes trains and automobiles.

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Pedro Street Shortlisted for the 2018 Housing Design Awards!

April 30, 2018

Ash Sakula Architects are thrilled to announce that Pedro Street has been shortlisted for the Housing Design Awards!

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Cook’s Camden: The Making of Modern Housing

April 24, 2018

There are only 3 days left to see the exhibhition at Holborn Library!

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Carlos joins Ash Sakula and completes Hackney Wick mural

April 23, 2018

Our new team member has been drawing on the walls at Cornerstone, a new restaurant in Hackney Wick. Completed photos coming soon!

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Future Homes for London Conference

April 18, 2018

Ash Sakula thinking about Future Homes for London.

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ADUP Opportunity

April 17, 2018

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a place on the ADUP framework

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Ash Sakula back from MIPIM

March 19, 2018

Ash Sakula was out in force at MIPIM this year, with four of us making the journey.

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AJ interview with Cany

June 15, 2016

Following the judging of the AR Housing Awards, Architecture Review spoke to Cany Ash about the practice's approach to housing projects and giving residents a sense of agency.

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