A-Zero Architects is an award winning RIBA chartered practice based in London.
Founded in 2010, we aim to create projects which are both responsive and responsible. By responsive we mean approaching each design exercise as a collaborative effort, one that demands an intimate understanding of both Client and Brief before the design process can begin. By responsible, we mean designing and procuring our buildings in a way which does not have an adverse impact on the environment.
In addition to our architectural projects, which range from ultra-low-energy residential new build and refurbishment, mixed-use developments, and community centres, we are actively engaged in education in various UK architectural schools including the Architectural Association, UAL Central Saint Martins and University of Nottingham.
2017 – Don’t Move, Improve! Awards – The Middle Room Project – LONGLISTED
2017 – RIAI Architecture Awards – CEU (A-Zero were consultants to the lead architects O’Donnell + Tuomey) – WINNER
2016 – LABS Excellence in Design Award – Extending without an extension : FINALIST
2015 – International Design Competition : NLA New ideas for Housing – The High Street Living Project – SHORTLISTED
2014 – AVDC Design Award –Timber Frame House – WINNER
2014 – International Design Competition: Swansea Tidal Lagoon : Water mist installation (in collaboration with Ingrid Hu & Andy Pink) – WINNER
2012 – International Design Competition : Kiruna Masterplan, Sweden (in collaboration with Territorial Agency and Tham & Videgård Arkitekter – SHORTLISTED
2011 – International Design competition : Central European University Masterplan (in collaboration with O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects) – WINNER
2008 – PLEA Passive Low Energy Architecture Conference – ‘High Density Low Energy – Achieving solar access in Dublin’s Multi-story developments‘ – BEST PAPER
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