Cany Ash

General Information

Occupation: Architect

Resident City: London, England

Resident Country: United Kingdom



Subject: Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape

Description: with a particular interest in creative clusters


Employer: Ash Sakula Architects

Title: Partner

Start Date: January 01, 1994

Notes: with Robert Sakula

Employer: GLC architects

End Date: January 01, 1994

Employer: Burrell Foley Fischer

Title: Architect

City: London


Name: Robert Sakula

Project: various

Organization: Ash Sakula Architects

City: London



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Notable Projects

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Professional Affiliations

Organization: RIBA Competitions Advisory Panel

Role: Member

Organization: Action for Children's Arts

Role: Member

Publications By

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Publications About

Title: Dare to be different: why do architects strive to use unusual materials? [interview]

Author: Naomi Stungo

Publication: RIBA Journal

Volume: 110

Issue: 7

Page: 24-26

Date Published: January 01, 2003

Notes: July 2003.

Title: Scaled-down solution

Author: Architects' journal

Publication: Architects' journal

Volume: 204

Issue: 2

Page: 27-35

Date Published: January 01, 1996

Notes: July 1996 Mews house on "an awkward triangular site" in London's Bloomsbury by architects Cany Ash and Robert Sakula.

Title: A sense of spaciousness inside a Modernist shell

Author: Andrew Mead

Publication: Architects' journal

Volume: 203

Issue: 5

Page: 38-39

Date Published: January 01, 1996

Notes: Feb 1996 "Cany Ash and Robert Sakula's remodelling of a London flat marries curvilinear forms to Maxwell Fry's orthogonal design" (1938). At 65 Ladbroke Grove.

Title: Wings of glass hover over an Islington garden

Author: Deborah Singmaster

Publication: Architects' journal

Volume: 202

Issue: 15

Page: 32-33

Date Published: January 01, 1995

Notes: Oct. 1995. Glass extension to dining room in a north London row house by architects Cany Ash and Robert Sakula