WAG (Working Architecture Group) was founded by Jon Goodbun and Cordula Weisser in 2002. We are architects based in London working from a studio near Spitalfields Market, in East London, and our portfolio includes domestic, retail, exhibition, bar and branding projects. Our clients include BBC, YMCA, British Museum and German Embassy in London.
Jon Goodbun (jon(at)wag-architecture.co.uk) is currently working on a new build, environmentally friendly house in Homerton, a bar and art gallery in Hackney Central, and is building a house for himself. His first degree in architecture was at the Polytechnic of Central London. He then completed a diploma and masters in computing and design at University of East London. He also completed a masters in architectural history at Bartlett/UCL. Before cofounding WAG he worked for Sir Norman Foster and Partners, Planungsburo Fischer – Berlin, FXV.org and Bob Baxter/At Large. He has published a number of pieces on architecture, and is currently researching a PhDJon Goodbun PhD proposal, and leads the Polytechnic research group at the University of Westminster. Click here to view CV.
Cordula Weisser (cordula(at)wag-architecture.co.uk) is currently working on a major remodelling of a luxury penthouse flat overlooking Primrose Hill, and a bar and art gallery in Hackney Central. She is a qualified architect, having studies at Aachen University, Germany and the Bartlett/UCL, where she also completed a masters in architectural history. Before cofounding WAG she was a member of FAT and worked with Amalgam and Bob Baxter/At Large. She leads a design studio at the University of Greenwich.
Filip Visnjic (filip(at)wag-architecture.co.uk) is a qualified architect currently working on some physical internet installations for a bar and art gallery in Hackney Central. He is also involved in a number of other web based projects. Prior to joining WAG he worked on a wide range of retail, catering and domestic projects with Arthur Collin Architect and DAAM with whom he continues to collaborate. He studied architecture at the University of Westminster, where he also now teaches on degree, diploma and MA courses , as well as on the BA Art and Design course at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design and University of Greenwich.