India Aspin is an ARB registered Architect based in East London with a background working on arts buildings and private residential projects.

She is passionate about exploring the playful potential of architecture, an interest which led her to be shortlisted for Treehouses for Kew: an open competition led by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in partnership with the Museum of Architecture. Working with fellow Architect, Amy Jenkins Smith, the team went on to win the competition and are now working on developing their treehouse design in collaboration with engineers and the team at Kew.
Alongside Treehouses, India undertakes freelance work for a variety of clients. She is also engaged in an ongoing project to renovate a former basement engine room in a Victorian warehouse in East London, to transform it into a 2 bed family home.

To read the AJ article announcing the winners of Treehouses for Kew: Click Here