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Tel: 020 8819 3243   

Email : info@klassnik.com  

165 Caledonian Rd, London, N1 0SL  



The Klassnik Corporation is a London based RIBA chartered practice creating distinctive buildings, places and interiors through architecture, art and design. Included in the Architecture Foundation’s publication ‘New Architects 3’ and recently re-appointed to the GLA/TFL framework for art and cultural strategy in 2018. From our studio near Kings Cross, we have expertise in delivering professional architectural services across the full range of RIBA workstages from concept to completion. Including preparation of planning applications, detail design, contract administration and co-ordination of consultant teams.


Embracing unusual and challenging briefs, we produce work across a broad spectrum of disciplines and range of scales for private residential, commercial and local authority clients. The diversity of our projects creates productive juxtapositions in processes, problems and materials. As a practice we are particularly interested in the potential for architecture to communicate identity and intelligently resolve briefs whatever the context through an understanding and synthesis of cultural references, social context and technical feasibility.


Investigation, experiment and discovery takes place both within the practice and through our engagement with academic institutions. Most recently we have been working with the London School of Architecture to address concerns around Health and Wellbeing. We have also run architectural studios at the Architectural Association, Royal College of Art and UAL.

Tel : 020 8819 3243
The Klassnik Corporation Ltd
165 Caledonian Road
N1 0SL 

Registered in England and Wales, no. 09941626





Tomas Klassnik



Tomas Klassnik 

Founding director Tomas Klassnik is a UK chartered architect registered with both ARB and RIBA and has a lead design role in all practice projects. Alongside his work at the practice Tomas has taught at the Archtectural Association, Royal College of Art and UAL


Tomas Klassnik

Jessica Hayes 
BA Hons

Having studied Interior and Spatial Design at Chelsea College of Art, Jessica worked as an architectural visualistation artist on international masterplans and retail schemes before joining the practice in 2015.

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Selected Clients Publications Online Press

Address Magazine
All of Us
Architecture Foundation
Barbican Gallery
Camden Market
Design Museum
Domus Magazine
Gopher Hole Gallery
GQ Style
Hunter Gather
Insite Arts
LDA Design
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Legacy Development Corporation
Matt’s Gallery
McCann Erickson Advertising Ltd

Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art
Royal College of Art
Scout Association
Sing London
The Church of London Design Ltd
UP Projects
Zabludowicz Collection

New Architects 3, 2016
NDon't Get a Job...Make a job, 2016
Narrative Architecture, 2012
Flamingo Magazine, 2012
The Architecture of London 2012
Junk Jet no. 6, 2012
Total Office Design, 2011
British Interior Design, 2010
Atlas of World Interior Design, 2010

It's Nice That : Rethinking the bike stand
Dezeen : 72 rivington street
On Office Magazine : 72 Rivington Street