'Orange' was formed in 1992 as a loose collaboration of young architects committed to evolving design ideas through competitions and the exploration of new modes of practice. In 1997 a new company was established, Project Orange, by Christopher Ash and James Soane. Today, Project Orange is a professional studio operating out of London's Clerkenwell. Its projects include apartments, one-off houses and a new art-andtechnology block for Oakham School, as well as interiors for hotels, restaurants ..
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