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Chassay Studio, Architects : Architecture
Contemporary British Architecture Practice – London Architects Office
19 Mar 2012
Retitled Chassay Studio
Chassay Studio Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by the studio:
Jack Dash House – Isle of Dogs Neighbourhood Centre, Marsh Wall, east London
Date built: 1990
Design: Chassay Architects (partners – Tchaik Chassay and Malcolm Last)
Approx. cost: £4.5m
Building for LDDC
Abbey Road – mixed-use, St John’s Wood, north west London
Date built: 2009
Design: Chassay+Last Architects
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Chassay Studio Architects – Practice Information
Retitled, formerly Chassay & Last Architects, and before that Chassay Architects.
Architect office based in northwest London, England
Tchaik Chassay studied at the Architectural Association in London qualifying in 1968. He worked with Edward Cullinan Architects between 1969-81 becoming a senior partner. In 1982 he founded Tchaik Chassay Architects which later became Chassay and Last. In 2011 he founded the current practice Chassay Studio in London’s Notting Hill Gate.
Tchaik has been lecturer and visiting tutor at Cambridge, Bristol, Hull, Oxford Brookes and Thames Universities. He has served on the Council of the Architectural Association since 1982 becoming its Vice President in 1986.
He has been an external examiner in the Department of Architecture and Interior Design at the Royal College of Art and at the University of Central England. In 1984 he co-founded The Groucho Club London.
source: practice aboutus page
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