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Paul Cashin Architects 'PCA' is a creative RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Chartered Architecture practice based in Winchester, Hampshire. PCA takes a design-led approach to the practise of contemporary architecture, believing that well thought and considered design is essential to the creation of successful architectural space.

The practice undertakes contemporary architectural design projects across residential, commercial and civic sectors of the construction industry. Currently having a number of live projects across Winchester, Hampshire and the South Coast including one-off new build houses, extensions and commercial business projects.

As a small practice, our strength lies in our inclusive and personal approach, working directly with clients, consultants, and contractors, encouraging the cross over between architecture and other areas of art and design.

We are in a consistent state of process, working through a range of media including physical and computer models, hand and computer drawings, sketching and conceptual diagrams, discussions and presentations.

Paul Cashin Architects was founded in 2012 by Paul Cashin. Paul studied Architecture at the Universities of Portsmouth and Vienna, graduating in 2011 with an RIBA Presidents Medal nomination. He has worked for numerous practices, including Design Engine Architects working on contemporary university, school, housing and one-off house projects between 2008 and 2012. Paul has also taught at the University of Portsmouth and was a member of the Project Office for the school. Paul started PCA in 2012 which has set up offices in Winchester in 2016.

Paul is an RIBA Chartered Architect registered with the ARB.

Paul Cashin Architects - Steam Town Brew Co. Eastleigh, Hampshire Opens For Business!

Steam Town Brew Co. is newly opened in Eastleigh, Hampshire!

The project is a conversion from an existing, dilapidated cafe on the corner of Bishopstoke Road and Dutton Lane into a micro brewery and tap room.

The internal refurbishment details which focus on the brewing process of craft/local beers.  The interior spaces will make references to the industry in Eastleigh, a railway town with an industrious past which includes the Spitfire aircraft and train sidings.  Furniture, fixtures and fittings are created from up-cycled materials once used in the industries linked to the town.

See more here: https://www.steamtownbrewco.co.uk/

For more examples of our contemporary architecture designs please view our selected projects here, or if you would like to discuss a project please view our contact page here.