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.
Studio Weave has been appointed to design new woodland classrooms that sit separately from the main school building for Belvue School, a secondary school for boys and girls aged between 11 and 19 with moderate to severe learning difficulties and a range of other additional education needs.
Following Hull's designation as 2017 UK Capital of Culture, Studio Weave was commissioned by No Limits, the Learning and Participation element of the festival team, to address broader questions and opportunities to deliver a lasting legacy for learning in the city.
In addition to the Colour in Hackney commission, Studio Weave have been appointed to produce a design code with the aim of reducing, rationalising and redesigning Hackney’s housing estate signage.
A proposed public park and new transport link that transforms a section of disused railway between Camden Town and King's Cross.
Studio Weave were invited to participate in a design competition for the refurbishment and remodelling of St Peter in the Forest Church in Epping Forest, Walthamstow.
In January 2016, Studio Weave and 00 were appointed to deliver the Active Spaces Framework of projects for Whitechapel, to be implemented in the interim period before the delivery of long-term physical regeneration in the area.
Studio Weave has been commissioned to develop a coordinated approach to the colour schemes across Hackney’s housing estates by producing a design code and colour palette to guide new painting works.
Studio Weave were commissioned by the National Trust to design a new visitor experience for the 18th Century merchant’s house, Rainham Hall, evolving the narrative of the Hall's 'everyman' history.
Studio Weave were announced as runners-up in Pocket Living’s competition to design a new community centre and nursery in North London. The contest initially attracted 95 expressions of interest and 8 finalists were shortlisted for the second stage of tender.
Freya’s Cabin and Robin’s Hut are physical manifestations of a love story embedded in the stunning landscape of Kielder Water and Forest Park, which is home to the largest man-made body of water in Europe and surrounded by commercial forest.
The Bridge Street Project, an inclusive theatre & architecture project, took over empty houses, shops, the street & local people’s imagination in Callan, Ireland.
As part of a project to bring public function to Ecology Island in Central Park, a neglected corner of Dartford, we have designed a colourful building to act as jolly custodian for the re-imagined park.
This is a research experiment exploring the potential for fictional rational in design proposals through writing. It is a story about a secret institution of bureaucratic kleptomaniacs called secretarians
A residential care home in Kent has asked us to create new arts, crafts, media and horticulture teaching facilities for people with long-term learning disabilities.
Created for Clerkenwell Design Week, Smith is a pavilion and exhibition that showcases the innovative use of tools in making, from historic crafts to contemporary fabrication techniques.
Paleys upon Pilers is an intricate timber palace perched on pillars that marks the spot of Aldgate and commemorates its most distinguished resident, Geoffrey Chaucer.
Set within the stunning parkland surrounding the Grade I Listed Kedleston Hall, the Hear Heres offer visitors an immersive and interactive experience that invites curiosity
The bench seats over 300 people along Littlehampton’s promenade, overlooking the town’s award-winning Blue Flag beach.
The Floating Cinema is an old work boat re-imagined into a cinema for intimate on-board film screenings.
We were invited by the Street Scene team at the City of London to propose a scheme that would make use of a long-forgotten space: the site of St. Pancras Church, a late 11thCentury church destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and never re-built.