Storp Weber Architecture
Sabine Storp, Patrick Weber
Sabine Storp and Patrick Weber studied at the Art Academy at the Weissenhof. For the last 18 Years we are living and working in London. Sabine taught at the London Metropolitan University where she held the position of Deputy Head and Academic Leader for the Undergraduate School before joining the Bartlett. Patrick taught at BSc and Diploma at the Bartlett before being the Co-Director for the Year 1 Programme.
We are currently jointly running in the Urban Design Programme in RC11 with a focus on living urban habitats.
Storp Weber Architecture was originally set up in 1999 in Germany and London. Over the last 15 years we have worked on mainly residential building projects in London and the South of Germany.
Patrick Weber studied at the Weissenhof Art Academy in Stuttgart before finishing his education at the Bartlett School of Architecture with a Master’s in Architecture and Design. He is currently teaching at the Bartlett School of Architecture in the Degree and is the Director of Exhibitions for the Bartlett School of Architecture. His research interests are in the fields of ‘Adaptations of houses and home’. He is currently in the process of setting up a research centre for ‘Housing’ at UCL.
Sabine Storp studied in Venice and Milan before finishing her studies at the Weissenhof Art Academy in Stuttgart. After this she taught at the Bartlett School of Architecture and London Metropolitan University where she held the position of Deputy Head for Architecture, The CASS, London Metropolitan University. She is currently teaching at the Bartlett School of Architecture in the MArch Urban Design and is the Director for the Short Course Programmes. The main focus of the teaching in the Undergraduate unit UG1 is ‘Housing’ with a strong focus on the current housing crisis in the UK.
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