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Studio Weave: Lullaby Factory, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Studio Weave’s Lullaby Factory for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital is a fantasy steampunk-story-sound-machine with architectural elements of Cedric Price’s Fun Palace, and Constant Nieuwenhuys’ New Babylon, combined with the science-fiction vision of J G Ballard’s Vermilion Sands, and Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The Lullaby Factory  has developed the latest elements in narrative technologies … Continue reading

Studio Weave: The Ecology of Colour, Dartford, Kent

Studio Weave’s The Ecology of Colour is a timber-clad structure – outdoor classroom, dyeing workshop, art studio, bird-watching hide, tree house and park shelter, designed to bring public function to Ecology Island, on a neglected corner of the 26-acre Central Park in Dartford, Kent. The Ecology of Colour is the third Artlands public realm commission for North Kent The two-storey building … Continue reading

Studio Weave: Paleys Upon Pilers, Aldgate, City of London September 2012

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. It also celebrates the gateway from the City of London to the Olympic Park for the London Festival of Architecture 2012. The historic eastern gateway into the City existed as … Continue reading

Art in the Olympic Park: London 2012 Olympics

The focus of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be the Olympic Park located in the Lower Lea Valley in east London. After the Games the area will be transformed into the largest urban park created in Europe for more than 150 years. A programme of permanent art commissions, produced to a budget of c.£33million, managed … Continue reading

Studio Weave + Somewhere: The Floating Cinema

The Floating Cinema will spend this summer navigating the canals and waterways around the Olympic park in East London. Created by Hackney-based architects Studio Weave (Je Ahn and Maria Smith) and artist duo Somewhere (Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie), this customised narrow boat hosts a programme of free on-board screenings, canal tours, talks and workshops. The Floating Cinema will also present … Continue reading