In 2015, we joined forces with Architecture 00. Together, we enjoy collaborating in a shared environment where strategic, urban and social designers, architects, programmers and economists practice design beyond its traditional borders. 00 work with individuals, governments, corporations and communities to solve problems and anticipate change, and to design successful platforms and places. As a studio it aims to reach beyond the design of objects themselves to the social, economic and environmental systems behind them.

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Welcome to our Lullaby Factory

Welcome to our Lullaby Factory

"Our Lullaby Factory was founded in 1852 by my great, great, great, great grandfather..." 

Read more from Mr Lambert Echo and his Whispersonnel here

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The See-Through Town

The See-Through Town

We've written a Choose Your Own Adventure book for Croydon! The See-Through Town is a new choose your own adventure book for Croydon. 

You can read more about what we are up to in Croydon here

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After The Fire...

After The Fire...

"…they locked everything up. They boarded and barricaded and bolted until it was sealed tight. Then they put up around it those particular kinds of mirrors..."

Read more here

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Freya and Robin's Story

Freya and Robin's Story

"Not so long ago, not so very far from here, there lived a beautiful lady named Freya..."

Read more here

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The Story of Het Huis Beiaard

The Story of Het Huis Beiaard

"Het Huis Beiaard (The House Beiaard) is named after Het Ros Beiaard (The Horse Beiaard). Het Ros Beiaard was a magic, powerful bay horse that was misunderstood and feared..."

Read more here

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The Happy

The Happy

"Once upon a time there was a little building that sat on the seaside in a small town not far from here. She was a good natured building, kind and helpful, but prone to sulking a little..."

Read on here

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The Sorting Castle Synopsis (Spoiler Alert!!)

The Sorting Castle Synopsis (Spoiler Alert!!)

This is a story about a secret institution of bureaucratic kleptomaniacs called secretarians. 

Read more here

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The Watering Pole

The Watering Pole

Watering Poles are designed as contemporary kiosks for London. They provide both a wayfinding network, and accessibility to tap water, for the city. The book will on display at the Kiosk Exhibition in The Building Centre until the 21st March. 

You can read more about our proposal here.

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In the Mirror...

In the Mirror...

"There was once a boy who found a pocket mirror on the floor of a shopping centre. It was small, quite plain, brownish-grey and oval."

Read more here

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The Wild Country of Weather Mills

The Wild Country of Weather Mills

"Dear Rainmakers, Please help. It keeps raining upwards in my village and it is causing quite a nuisance. My daddy is a farmer and now that the rain is the wrong way round, he is always in a bad mood."

Read more from the letters sent to each weather-maker here

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All That Glitters

All That Glitters

"Once upon a time there were two brothers, each of which were king of their own Kingdom..."

Read more here

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Binnanbrim

Binnanbrim

"A long time ago, there lived a girl called Ulla. Ulla lived in a little house with her parents. Behind the little house..."

Read more here

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Laila Climbing

Laila Climbing

"Laila looked up from the newspaper and watched the ducks drift on the pond."

Read on here

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The Story of the Hear Heres

The Story of the Hear Heres

"The giant appeared to be offering kind and subtle messages, yet no one had ever caught sight of the oversized being, and people began to suspect that the giant was not living on the landscape and remaining hidden..." 

Read more here

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The Indlekith

The Indlekith

We’ve just published the latest Weave book, called The Indlekith. It tells the story of a Hazel and her dog Herbert, and their adventures with a community of industrious woodland folk who are busy at work but difficult to spot. The book accompanies a series of structures designed for Stratton Woods and Stanton Park, Swindon, including a time-telling tower and a half-charred footbridge.