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Mr Patrick Micheal Weber
4.21
Bartlett School of Architecture
22 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0QB
Appointment
  • Senior Lecturer
  • The Bartlett School of Architecture
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Biography

Born in 1967 in Achern, Germany.
Studied at the Kunstakademie am Weissenhof (Weissenhof Art Academy) in Stuttgart. Graduated with a Dipl. Ing in Architektur.
Completed my MArch at the Bartlett School of Architecture in 1997 in the class of Sir Peter Cook with distinction in design and dissertation.

Teaching:
University of Greenwich (Year 1 Tutor, Year 1 Co-ordinator)
London Metropolitan University (Year 1 Tutor)
Bartlett School of Architecture (MArch Tutor, Degree Tutor, Diploma Tutor, Year 1 Tutor,  BSc Architecture Admissions Tutor, Year 1 Co-ordinator, Year 1 Co-Director)

Currently Senior Lecturer, Urban Design RC11 Tutor and Director of Exhibitions.
Professional:
Established STORP WEBER ARCHITECTURE with my partner Sabine Storp in London and Achern, Germany

www.storpweber.com

Member of the Architektenkammer Stuttgart (Germany)

Member of the ARB (UK)
Extensively build in Germany and the UK, mainly residential projects, interiors, shop designs, office designs, exhibition designs and community projects.

Research Themes
Research Summary

I see myself in the first place as a practicing architect. Over the last 15 years I established STORP_WEBER_ARCHITECTURE in the UK and in Germany with my partner Sabine Storp.
http://www.storpweber.com

BUILDING (verb) and BUILDINGS are my passion – changing and challenging the spaces we are living in them, questioning the way we use them, always playing with the way we explore them.

Each and every project is a new challenge. The work ranges from a new build singe family dwelling in the Black Forrest that uses a complex network of blind spots to make the neighboring buildings to ‘disappear’ while at the same time defining each room’s identity and opening it up to the different horizons. A partial re-modelling of a single family Victorian house on Queens Park in London explores the playfulness of a rotating wall (that doubles up as a wardrobe). Spinning in-between two children bedrooms the way they use the space is redefined on a daily basis. They can make half of the room disappear (including themselves).

Over the last years we worked on re-modelling part of the Bartlett's expansion into the Royal Ear Hospital, the design for a pavilion for the Green Belt Movement in Nairobi in Kenya, and an installation looking at the two architects Le Corbusier and John Soane and their use of light in their buildings. This will be exhibited at John Soane's former Country Residence  Pitzhanger Manor House in Ealing in March - May 2014. 

In 2016 I organised and coordinated the aae2016 conference on 'Research Based Education' at the Bartlett School of Architecture. This was accompanied by a two volume proceedings publication. In addition to this I have been on the organising committee of the ARCHTHEO conferences in Istanbul, Turkey for since 2014. 

I am currently working on the Living Laboratory - an open research lab to investigate and initiate projects looking at INHABITATION, LIVING and HOUSING in the UK and Asia.

Teaching Summary

I am currently teaching with my partner Sabine Storp in the Urban Design programme. We jointly run undergraduate unit RC11, a Masters studio looking at the future of LIVING and HOUSING. This year we look at the Company towns in the UK and develop a series of new habitat typologies along the Thames near East Tilbury (http://bartlett-living-laboratory.tumblr.com/)

In my role as Year 1 Director at the Bartlett School of Architecture my main aim was to bring students into the field of ‘Architecture’, to widen their horizon to what architecture can be, to explore with them how to define/redefine what they want to do with buildings. A main focus is our Year 1 installation projects set in and around Sir John Soane’s Country House, Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing. Here spaces are adjusted, materials explored, preconceptions challenged.

In the past I was the BSC Architecture Admissions Tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture where I regularly went out to secondary schools for talks, chats and workshops.

Appointments
01-OCT-2016 Director of Exhibitions Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, United Kingdom
01-OCT-2015 UD RC11 Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, United Kingdom
01-JUL-2015 Senior Lecturer Bartlett School of Architecture Univeristy College London, United Kingdom
01-JUL-2014 – 01-OCT-2016 Co-Ordinator of Pedagogic Affairs Bartlett School of Architecture University College London, United Kingdom
01-SEP-2008 – 30-AUG-2012 BSc Architecture Admisisons Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, United Kingdom
01-SEP-2007 – 30-JUN-2014 Year 1 Director Architecture Bartlett School of Architecture Unversity College London, United Kingdom
01-SEP-2002 – 01-JUL-2004 Unit 24Diploma Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture University College London, United Kingdom
01-SEP-2002 – 30-AUG-2007 Year 1 Architecture Co-ordinator Bartlett School of Architecture University College London, United Kingdom
01-SEP-2000 – 01-JUL-2002 Unit 11 Diploma Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture University College London, United Kingdom
01-SEP-1998 – 01-JUL-2000 Unit 5 BSc Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture University College London, United Kingdom
01-SEP-1997 – 30-SEP-1999 MArch Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture University College London, United Kingdom
Academic Background
1997 MArch Master of Architecture – Architecture University College London
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