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Albion Barn // Studio Seilern Architects

Little Milton, United Kingdom

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Studio Seilern Architects is a London based international creative practice established in 2006 by Christina Seilern with the intent of producing exceptional architecture that lasts, working across geographies, building sizes and typologies.
Their diverse portfolio of built work spans the UK, Europe and Africa.
They tackle a diversity of projects; it is their conscious decision to keep working on the smaller and larger scales both simultaneously and continuously: from new build to restoration works.

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Irrespective of size or context, each project they undertake informs another.
SSA believes that architecture does not just rely on innovation and design, but on the ability to deliver a project from conception through to completion.
The studio’s particular expertise lies within commercial, high-end residential, mixed-use, masterplanning and educational projects.

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Following a practical, in-depth assessment of the client brief, SSA’s projects have an emphasis on investigatory and locally integrated approaches to the built environment.
The studio thrives on projects that combine challenging sites and multiple stakeholders with the opportunity to create an integral relationship between architecture, the environment, and the cultural landscape.

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SSA was established with the intent of continuing the strong design ethos developed during Christina Seilern’s years as Founding and Design Director of Rafael Viñoly Architects London..

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