Architectural firm Studio Weave contributes to the design district in London with a beautifully intricate timber tower. The three-story structure boasts a gorgeous, detailed exterior and its hight proves to be a functional viewing tower for the public. The pavilion is dubbed '33' — a nod to the personal life of Studio Weave's director Je Ahn since 33 is the number of his house. Its construction is not only incredibly beautiful but it is also somewhat calming. A bright yellow steel staircase accentuates the interior of the timber tower.
The striking point of the timber tower is really its lush decorative lattice. Drawing on the appearance of the traditional terraced house, the architectural studio truly builds on the theme of the project which is "what home is."
Photo Credits: Jim Stephenson
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