109b Mare Street Studios
203-213 Mare Street
Hackney
E8 3QE

Bat Pad

Bat Pad

Luxury accomodation near completion! Welcoming all nocturnal furry friends in & around the Loughborough catchment area. All mod cods [incl. top notch perches & ornamental fly holes]

Contact Will for a brochure.

Thank you Callan!

Thank you Callan!

We're thrilled to have returned to our dear Callan to put together a new infrastructure for people to gather in Fennelly's Courtyard. Built through workshops in wood carving, wood turning and sewing, a new structure with a retractable awning has been been put together and activated through a programme of films exploring architecture and activism. A massive thank you and applause to everyone who got involved, what a fantastic week!

Orna - MENTAL gourd off gets flowery

Orna - MENTAL gourd off gets flowery

Our 2016 growing competition between the weavers and the 00s is getting dramatic. The challenge begun in tantalising excitement on 5th May & now, 62 days on, we have our first flower. Well done Afra! (hurry up the rest.) Come first frost we will be weighing, measuring and beauty contesting the lumpy harvest of unedible cucurbits...updates to follow...

Golden Touch

Golden Touch

Deep in the heart of Mayfair lies an ancient royal district famed for its gentleman's tailoring and member clubs. Lesser known is that St. James was also the site of a 17th century produce market supporting crafts people of all trades & attracting a multitude of buyers.

We are proud to reveal a snippet from the workshop in the great gold leafing for the St. James Market Pavilion. Inspired by the wheat motif as a representation of an ancient universal food source, we have designed elements that champion a 'common gold.' 

Discover reimagined

Discover reimagined

What happens when a grand hotel is closed, only to become occupied by a travelling space alien collecting stories to save his home planet? We have been meeting the resident characters of Discover Children’s Story Centre, and working with them to rebuild the world inside that they now make their home. We are just finishing off and tidying up, before reopening for business.

Weave exhibits at the RIBA

Weave exhibits at the RIBA

Studio Weave are delighted to take part in At Home in Britain: Designing the House of Tomorrow at the RIBA. The exhibition showcases ideas for future housing design taking the cottage, terrace and flat typologies as starting points to reflect the way we live and work in the 21st century. The exhibition will be held at The Architecture Gallery at the RIBA between 18 May and 29 August 2016. Check it out here and come drop by!

Walking the Line

Walking the Line

We'ave been a drawin' again! Feast on the delicious uncubed episode no. 42 where we pop up amoungst a lush selection of 'doer doddlers.'

The Bee’s Knees!

The Bee’s Knees!

Our planters on the Thames Path in Nine Elms have been settling in nicely.  The copper sprayed metal panels will acquire their natural green verdigris over a period of time.  Until then, they have been providing a much needed home for bees along this stretch of the river.

Who’s living at Rainham Hall?

Who’s living at Rainham Hall?

We’d like to invite you to ‘Everything John Harle Left Behind’ at Rainham Hall, which is now open to the public. This opening inhabitation invites John Harle, an 18th-century sea merchant back to live in the Hall he built over 250 years ago. Come and visit!

Weave's LEGO city takes gold!

Weave's LEGO city takes gold!

Team Studio Weave and our army of helpers took home the trophy at the London Architecture Festival's Lego Challenge last week. Hosted at the Royal Academy we had just 1 hour 45 minutes to transform 15,000 bricks into 'a template for a creative city'. Begining with an 'ancient city wall' our scheme sprawled outside the confines of our alloted 2m square into the adjacent fireplaceOur multi coloured metropolis and infrastructure of monorails attracted more and more budding architects to the team and their eclectic creations helped us to use all 15,000 of our bricks!

Feedback from the Judges was that they 'like rule-breakers'