At Cassion Castle Architects our practice philosophy is to employ surprise, ingenuity, realism, humour, and abstraction, to create architecture which is both user-friendly and conceptually rigorous. We believe in user-centred design, and in responding to the site. We generate the concepts for each project from these starting points. We then author and implement every aspect of a project in order to deliver innovative design solutions and high quality craftsmanship. Increasingly also our projects are also driven by issues of sustainability. Current projects incorporate many of the latest technologies to minimise energy consumption.
Cassion Castle Architects is unusual in being able to provide a complete and integrated design and build package. Our services include architecture, interior design, bespoke furniture, together with full project management and building services. From inception through to post-occupancy, Cassion Castle Architects can deliver a complete built project. Our experience as both architect and contractor strengthens our ingenuity as designers and allows us the complete control required to guarantee delivering a project on time and within budget.
Cassion Castle began his training as an architect at Cambridge University, before completing a Masters degree at the Royal College Of Art. He worked for various architectural offices including Florian Beigel's ARU before forming Turner Castle in 2000. He subsequently reformed his practice as Cassion Castle Architects in 2006. A recently completed project is the Twofold House: a bespoke home and studio for two industrial designers in East London. This building has been short-listed at the RIBA London Awards 2009 for Best Residential Project and at the Grand Designs Awards 2009 for Best New-Build.
51 Derbyshire Street
+44 (0)20 7739 8266
We are looking for a part 1 architectural assistant to join the office.
Fluency in Vectorworks is essential and Sketch Up preferred, with an aptitude for model-making also important. Ideally you will have some previous office experience though this is not essential.
This would be an ideal position for someone seeking to gain on-site and construction experience as well as architectural experience.
Please send CVs and work examples to Lee Pinchback at email@example.com.
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Short Listed: Best New-Build
for Twofold House
Short Listed: Best Residential
for Twofold House
Short Listed: Best Renovation
for Opal House
Winner: Best Interior Workspace
for McCann Erickson
Winner: Best Timber Building
for construction of the New Summerhouse