Asif Khan has experience in a wide diversity of projects from houses to cultural buildings, exhibitions and pavilions. Khan created the practice in 2007 and has since then received plenty awards, some of which includes the prestigious Cannes Lion Grand Prix for Innovation, D&AD award, Design Miami Designer of the Future in 2011. He was the first architect chosen for the Designers in Residence programme at the Design Museum london. Aside from the design studio, Khan also travels to lecture about his work and teaches MA Architecture at the Royal College of Art. He is devoted to challenging the boundaries and exploring the potential of the fields of architecture, industrial and furniture design. He is constantly inspiring individuals and and has spoken at Harvard University, the Royal Academy, India Design Forum and Design Indaba in Cape Town. In 2012, the architect was assigned to design Coca-cola’s beatbox landmark pavilion in the Olympic Park.