Gallery: Studio Weave Transforms the Site of London’s Burned-Down St. P...

In 1666, the Great Fire of London raged through the English capital, destroying thousands of homes and 87 churches. Among the churches that burned was St. Pancras Church, which dated back to the 11 century and was never rebuilt after the disaster. Now, almost 350 years after the fire, Studio Weave has transformed the site of the former church into a vibrant urban garden that opens the space to the public for the first time since the church burned down.

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