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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Get Up Stand Up

Get Up Stand Up

As part of our work for on the Dalston Town Centre GGF project for Hackney Council, we hosted local businesses and residents of Ashwin Street to discuss ideas for public realm proposals.

It was important to all who attended that proposals celebrate Dalston’s unique, independent character and reflect an area that is emerging as a ‘Creative Quarter’.

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Big Chapel Shortlisted

Big Chapel Shortlisted

We are excited to announce that The Big Chapel was shortlisted for 4 Irish Times Theatre Awards 2019; Best Production, Best Ensemble, Best Lighting Design and Judges Special Award for community support and involvement!

Je has been working with the community of Callan for more than past 7 years, supporting various activities including The Bridge Street Theatre Project and The Big Chapel where he was actively involved as an architecture consultant and engagement advisor.

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a new direction for A New Direction

a new direction for A New Direction

We are excited to announce that we will be working with ANew Direction to improve their new multifunction office and workshop event space on Worship Street in Shoreditch.

A New Direction is a London-based non-profit generating opportunities for children and young people to unlock their creativity in the arts. In partnership with Tate and Artangel, A.N.D. have recently completed TheYear 3 Project with Steve McQueen.

We look forward to working together and developing their HQ to better serve and suit their amazing character and work in 2020.

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Rumpy Plumpy

Rumpy Plumpy

Studio Weave, in collaboration with Architecture 00 (00SW), have been commissioned by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to develop a design approach and business plan for Plumstead Power Station. This includes engagement with workspace operators and end users who may have an interest in a building in this location, scale and character. We will be testing scenarios to understand how the Grade II-Listed Victorian building and yard can be brought back into employment use within its designated Strategic Industrial Location.

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‘Wildhomes for Wildlife’ on the drawing board

‘Wildhomes for Wildlife’ on the drawing board

To celebrate the launch of IKEA Greenwich – their most sustainable store to date – we will be participating in a design charrette to develop a series of incredible animal homes, made using damaged or discarded furniture from the IKEA range.

Studio Weave have been selected by Mother Studios alongside five other London-based artists and designers to upcycle waste into dwellings for a range of the branch’s new feathered, flying and furry neighbours.

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Opening Soon

Opening Soon

As part of our work with the GLA's Architecture Design and Urbanism Panel, we have been working with LB Hillingdon on the ‘Ruislip High Street Empty Shops into Civic Assets’ strategy. We are researching opportunities to reinvigorate the cultural, economic and social diversity of this historic high street.


We will be launching a hybrid engagement hub alongside an experimental multi-tenant lease model at Number 72. “The ConsulTea Room” will open in March 2019 to provide incubation space for 18 local businesses to trial operating on the high street, alongside a programme of events  supported by LB Hillingdon, for a provisional 3 month test period.


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Lea Lea

Lea Lea

We are delighted to have won a competition to design a garden extension to the Grade II-listed Lea Bridge Library in Leyton, London.

London Borough of Waltham Forest have secured GLA Good Growth Funding, which it will match, to maximise the potential and capacity for the library and adjacent Friendship Gardens. It will be transformed with new adaptable indoor and outdoor spaces that can host a range of community and work activities, providing a space with lasting impact for residents to enjoy.

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Palaces + Factories

Palaces + Factories

We are excited about our design of a new exhibition opening at the Architektur Museum, Munich in September. This exhibition, which marks the 150th anniversary of the TU Munich, sheds light on the architectural history of the Kingdom of Bavaria during the reign of Ludwig II (1864-1886). For more information click here.

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Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

I am a mirage of London domesticity.... I perch on land claimed from a hungry Thames where pirates were hung as a grisly warning for errant seafarers. You can ascend me or party in me or simply meet your bezzie in me for a chit chat....*Coming very soon*

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