Ashton Porter Architects are an award winning practice based in London.
The studio makes innovative and inventive contemporary architecture across a variety of sectors and scales. Residential projects range from additions or refurbishments of £100K through to large new build individual houses and multi-unit housing. Commercial projects range from small private offices through to corporate headquarters. Cultural projects include small private cultural foundations through to large scale international competition winning projects for museums and public buildings.
A full architectural service from concept through to site completion is offered. Small to medium size projects are designed and fully managed in-house; they are highly crafted with careful attention to detail, materials and fabrication. Larger scale and international projects are executed in collaboration with executive architects and other construction consultants to maintain a strong focus on high quality design by the studio.
APA have won a number of national and international competitions and design awards. Their ‘Suburbanstudio’ project has recently won the NLA (New London Architecture) ‘Don’t Move, Improve’ Award for best residential project. The project was also a Finalist in the RIBA London Regional Awards. ‘Cut & Fold House’ won the Grand Designs Extension of the Year and the ‘Cut & Frame House’ project was a finalist in the AJ Small Project of the Year Award. The practice was finalist in the BD Small Project Architect of the Year and finalist in the Sunday Times House of the Year and the Structural Timber Awards. Recent international competitions include the First Prize winning Hakka Museum, City Library, Planning Hall and Culture Park in Heyuan City, China and the First Prize winning A8 Tower, Shenzhen, China.
Their work is widely published and exhibited. Recent publications include Architecture Today, A10 New European Architecture, Architect’s Journal and Grand Designs Magazine. They have been exhibited at the Royal Academy, the RIBA and the AIA Center, New York.