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Open Tables Now Live @ Tent London 2008

September 2008

We are pleased to announce that our winning Workspace Group Urbantine project is now on display at this years Tent London.
Taking place in the capital’s most exciting venue, the Truman Brewery, a vast reclaimed industrial site in Brick Lane, Tent London is the most comprehensive and diverse design event of the year, showing art and [...]


Open Tables “Call For Feeds”

September 2008

To mark the launch of the Open Tables website, and the forthcoming opening of the first physical installation of Open Tables as the Workspace Group (http://www.workspacegroup.co.uk) Urbantine installation at the Tent London (http://www.tentlondon.co.uk) design event, we are pleased to announce that the web-app element (http://www.opntables.com) of Open Tables is now complete, we are issuing a [...]


Nincomsoup Derby – Complete

October 2007

WAG have just completed this new outlet for Nincomsoup in the new shopping centre in Derby by Westfield. WAG have been working closely both with the client and Westfield to create this high quality foodcourt unit that reflects the quality and success of first Nincomsoup in Old Street, London completed in 2002. WAG would like [...]


Nincomsoup – Derby

April 2007

WAG have been appointed to work alongside DAAM to design and procure a new food-court unit in Derby. The Eagle Center and Nincomsoup Derby are to open by the end of 2007.
WAG have previously worked on Nincomsoup with DAAM in 2001 and on new seating additions in 2004. We are also currently working on [...]


Sidney House and Homerton, London

February 2007

We have been working on a number of architecture projects in and around East London’s up and coming Homerton area. These include a new build eco house on Fenn St, which will be going on site later this year, an eco bar in Bohemia Place, currently in planning, and the remodelling of a house on [...]


Experimental concrete workshops for the Concrete Centre

October 2006

In October 2005 WAG and bureaubakker ran experimental concrete workshops at the University of Westminster and the University of Greenwich, in collaboration with the Concrete Centre. Some students explored using CADCAM production processes to produce formwork. Others simulated with analogue techniques.


Prince Albert Court, St John’s Wood, London

August 2006

WAG have recently received planning permission for this 9th floor extension and the development of a roof terrace with extraordinary views over Regents Park and the whole of London.The extension forms part of a bigger project of remodeling the entire maisonette apartment in a 1960’s purpose built residential block.We are working with Russell Sage [...]


Holt House, Brighton

August 2006

Year: 2005Project description: mixed use residential and office development in collaboration with Robin LockeEstimated contract sum: £1.5 millionOur proposal for the site prompted and helped Brighton and Hove Council to determine their strategic aspiration for development in this area. To date we have agreed heights,mass and use but are currently working through the building adjacency [...]


St. John’s Church & Railway Bridge, Bethnal Green, London

August 2006

WAG: project instigators and architects
Project description: When the railway embankment running north from Liverpool St Station, parallel to Mare Street, was constructed in the nineteenth century, the century long relationship between John Soane’s exquisite St John’s church (built in ) and Bethnal Green High Road was broken. The utilitarian steel bridge that now crosses Bethnal [...]


The Polytechnic

July 2006

WAG were founder members of the research group ‘The Polytechnic’, based largely though not exclusively within the architecture school at the University of Westminster. The group has recently started a weblog at www.thepolytechnic.org

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