Studioort is a creative studio working within the fields of architecture, design and urbanism. We are based in London and have a project-related office in Bangkok.
Our approach is collaborative, interdisciplinary and holistic and we believe that design can transform the quality of people’s daily lives.
Each project reflects our strong appreciation for place and context by drawing out the unique aspects that lend a project its own identity.
Our portfolio ranges across multiple sectors including residential, mixed-use and cultural projects. We also work across a number of different scales from furniture and interior architecture to buildings and masterplans.
We are passionate about 21st Century cities as mankind’s main habitat and are enthused by its continuing evolution through adaptation and growth - spatially, socially and culturally.
Studioort embraces the opportunities and challenges of our rapidly changing world and aims to contribute with creative thinking, experience and knowledge of the built environment.
Artison Wangpraseurt is a German-Thai Architect and Urban Designer. He is registered with the UK Architects’ Registration Board and the RIBA and holds a diploma in Architecture from the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany.
Prior to founding studioort in 2017 he held senior positions at Adjaye Associates and Proctor + Matthews Architects, after having worked with other high-profile practices in the UK and abroad including, Foster + Partners, Zvi Hecker Architects in Berlin and Arriola & Fiol arquitectes in Barcelona.
His most notable career projects include a large-scale regeneration project in Thamesmead in East London in collaboration with Dutch firm Mecanoo, a Masterplan for the city of Duisburg and a contemporary art exhibition space - the Marian Goodman Gallery in London.
Artison actively contributes towards architectural education through his role as an Associate Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University and has been invited as a design critic at various schools, including the Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok
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