New Architects 4: CAUKIN Studio

CAUKIN Studio are one of 109 British architectural practices profiled in the Architecture Foundation’s recent publication ’New Architects 4’.

Featuring the work of 109 British architectural practices, established in the past ten years, New Architects 4 is the latest edition of the Architecture Foundation’s long running series. Running to 550 pages, this lavishly illustrated book is the definitive survey of an emerging generation of British talent. Get your copy at

CAUKIN Studio is an architectural social enterprise working on design and construction projects world-wide. Established in 2015, the studio name is derived from its founding members’ origins in Canada, the UK and Indonesia. CAUKIN’s projects seek to tackle social, environmental and economic issues through the process of collaborative design and construction. Projects include the Evergreen School in rural Zambia and Ranwas School, a cyclone-resistant classroom, library and office on Pentecost Island in Vanuatu built to replace a school destroyed by Cyclone Pam.

For over 20 years, the Architecture Foundation has brought together professionals from across the built environment to discuss and act on issues related to design and the built environment. With a renewed focus on the city and the critical intersection of architecture and politics, the Architecture Foundation works to effect meaningful change on policy and practice.

» Sign up to our monthly newsletter
» Support the work of The Architecture Foundation, by donating or becoming a member:
» The AF Store

» Instagram:
» Twitter:

» Download the London Architecture Guide for iPhone
» Download the London Architecture Guide for Android



Save This Post

No account yet? Register