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The new year has got off to a great start with news from the Civic Trust Awards that our Smith, a tribute to the rich heritage of making in Clerkenwell, has been selected as a winner in the Pro-Tem category : a new award for 2015, which celebrates the positive impact of temporary structures on the public realm.
February sees a retrospective exhibition of the community workshops led by Studio Weave last year come to Milton Keynes Arts Centre. The exhibition also offers the opportunity to look ahead to the timber building workshop with local children planned for spring, as part of our project with MKAC to test and explore the potential of the forested site inhabited by some intriguing characters.
Our very own Paleys upon Pilers played a surprise cameo role in the final of The Apprentice (look closely). Next stop, Hollywood...
As part of our work with Rainham Hall, Studio Weave has been commissioned to design a new café for The National Trust.
The café will be the first port of call for visitors to the 18th century Hall, housed in the original stable block, which is being given a new lease of life with a brand new roof and carefully repaired brickwork.
We are delighted to announce that Lullaby Factory has been Highly Commended in the Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture.
Thank you once again to our wonderful client GOSH for supporting such an ambitious and unique project.
Je will be taking a trip to Ljubljana to speak at the Big Architecture conference on the potential of timber buildings. As Europe's third most forested country, Slovenia is looking into the role of architecture in sustainably developing the wood industry and related tourism.
All hands were on deck at Rainhall Hall, as Studio Weave joined forces with East London Furniture to run a Hench Bench-making workshop for local residents. The Hench Bench makes reference to the National Trust property's Shaker connection, and the furniture made will be available to sit on once the Hall opens to the public next year.
For one day only, the Lullaby Factory opened its doors to members of the public as part of Open House London weekend. It was the first time that Great Ormond Street Hospital has taken part in the city-wide event and Studio Weave gave tours to groups of visitors about the usually top-secret inner workings of Lullaby manufacturing - one young visitor was successfully lulled to sleep by the experience, which was the best feedback we could have asked for.