Exploring sound through forms

Studio Weave

Studio Weave and Ecology of Colour, Dartford, Kent, 2012.
Photo: Studio Weave.

Studio Weave is an architecture practice known for a narrative-led design approach; fascinated by the powerful role that stories play in creating a sense of place. The studio is drawn to sustainable materials and processes and favours working with small, local makers and suppliers to create a diverse body of work, ranging from furniture and exhibition design, to buildings, urban planning and landscapes.

Sound-related projects include the transformation of an exterior space into the Lullaby Factory at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, and a series of large-scale acoustic sculptures commissioned by the National Trust for Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire. Studio Weave’s work has been acknowledged by a number of awards including 
the Architectural Review’s International Emerging Architecture Award.

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