Health Foundry - one year on... by Joanna Stabler

Health Foundry is London’s first digital health incubator and a pilot in how to bring together actors across London’s diverse health eco-system and supporting them to create and adopt scalable digital health solutions.

Health Foundry is powered by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity, a catalyst for innovation in health, who commissioned Architecture 00 to create the strategy for and design, build and operate the incubator on its behalf.

Since opening in September 2016 Health Foundry has supported 100+ organisations working in digital health and hosted over 100 industry events. We’ve provided 62 one-to-one sessions with industry experts and facilitated a series of collaborations and pilots with actors across the local health system.

As a live action piece of research Health Foundry aims to understand the current and future support needs of the digital health sector and ultimately scale our offer and impact through the next iteration of Health Foundry.

This report presents an overview of our achievements and lessons learned to date. We warmly welcome your thoughts and feedback and would love to invite you down for a cuppa when you’re in the area. Please do get in touch with the 00 team - and

Health Foundry Annual Report 2016-2017

For our German readers... by Joanna Stabler

00 was recently featured in the first ever edition of the German magazine CENTRAL. The magazine focuses on urban lifestyle, mobility and concepts and included a 6 page article on 00.

Under the headline "In the idea greenhouse" the article features pictures by photographer Horst Friedrichs and stories from Impact Hub Westminster and Impact Hub Brixton and tells the story of how 00 is pioneering new ways of working, designing and producing - from Impact Hubs to WikiHouse and OpenDesk. 

German readers and Google Translators can read the full article HERE.

Recruiting for a Co-Working Host by Joanna Stabler

£25K pa, Waterloo
1-year contract with possibility for extension
Full time position
Deadline for applications: Friday 6th of May at 09.00 GMT.

We are recruiting for a Co-working Host with excellent personal and admin skills to help us launch an exciting new incubator space for digital health start-ups. You’ll be in charge of delivering on the key frontline responsibilities of the business, making the workspace a collaborative and lovely place to work, managing events and supporting on daily administration. 

Read the full job description HERE

We're hiring! Start-Up Manager for two social innovation hubs in South London by Joanna Stabler

£30-35K pa, Waterloo and Brixton.
1-year contract with possibility for extension
Deadline: Thursday 05 May at 09:00 AM GMT.

Are you an entrepreneurial leader? Passionate about purpose-driven business? A knack for building partnerships? A highly effective and creative doer?

We are looking for someone to play leading roles across two cutting-edge social innovation Hubs in South London. One is a new incubator space in Waterloo focussed on digital health. The other is an entrepreneurial learning community called Impact Hub Brixton. 

Read the full draft job description HERE

Project Support at 00 by Joanna Stabler

We are looking for an energetic and proactive individual to initially cover a 6 month admin maternity post, with the intention of the role growing and continuing after this time. Ideally we are looking for someone with at least 2 years’ experience in a similar or junior role but most of all a person who is passionate about admin support, operations and a willing all-rounder..

Click here for more information and how to apply.

00 and Studio Weave join forces by Joanna Stabler

Today we are pleased to announce that 00 and Studio Weave are joining forces. This builds on a long-standing friendship between individuals and a desire to work more closely together. Both of us have jointly chosen to develop a structure that will allow us to openly share our unique and complementary experience. 

Combining our strengths and approaches, Studio Weave, Architecture00, Civic Systems Lab, Do Laboratories, and Wikihouse (among others) will form a new Trust, providing a common platform to underpin collaborations. The growing team will use the sum of expertise to deliver a diverse range of projects including the design of neighbourhoods, public spaces, creative workplaces, health and education environments, user-led housing, local economic development, social investment, and research into all aspects of the built environment.

Winner of the RIBA London Building of the Year 2015! by Joanna Stabler

We're thrilled to have won an RIBA London Building of the Yeaand an RIBA London Regional award 2015 for the Social Justice Centre in Vauxhall.  A huge congratulations to Lynton Pepper, Linton Ross and others at 00 who contributed to the project.  It's a building that represents the core values of 00 - economically, environmentally and socially. 

Space Designers for innovative youth hub in Palestine by Joanna Stabler

Volunteer opportunity: June-August 2015

In the summer of 2015, ActionAid Denmark is converting a residential villa in Bethlehem into an exciting and creative youth training hub for empowerment and activism. We’re looking for two volunteer Space Designers to re-design the space with innovative furniture and oversee the implementation of the entire refurbishment in collaboration with London-based design studio Architecture 00. Full details found here.

Applications including a short cover letter, CV and portfolio can be sent to Project Manager Timothy Ahrensbach at by Tuesday 26 May at 10 AM. Interviews will be conducted the following week.

For any questions, please email

Pictures from Global Platforms in Kenya and Myanmar.

Crystal Palace Study - by Joanna Stabler

00 were commissioned to carry out a study of Crystal Palace, including the town centres of Upper Norwood, Anerley and Penge. The focus of the study was to document and share the richness of the area, and explore opportunities for regeneration built on existing riches, ideas, and proposals uncovered. Crucially, the study was a first step towards building up an improved understanding of the area for the officers of the five boroughs it spans, and towards a framework for enhanced coordination of projects, priorities and investments.  The full report available here.