Appleton Weiner


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The practice was formed by David Appleton and Nicole Weiner in 2007.  We met while studying at the University of Cambridge and continue to develop a complementary way of working, using our respective skills and interests. 

We are passionate about the processes of design and construction, and bring together architectural expertise gained in a wide variety of building sectors. We are meticulous in our approach and each project, like its client, is unique. 


David Appleton BSc(Hons) DipArch RIBA

David studied architecture at The Barlett UCL, and the University of Cambridge. 


He has taught at the University of Cambridge and has been a visiting critic at the University of Portsmouth and The Bartlett UCL.

David has been a mentor for final year students at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design.

He has recently completed the SPAB 'Repair of Old Buildings' course and the RIBA 'Advanced Conservation Course'.  He is a 'Conservation Registrant' on the RIBA Conservation Register.

Nicole Weiner MA(Cantab) DipArch ARB

Nicole studied at Central Saint Martins, the University of Cambridge and The Bartlett UCL. Before starting the practice with David she worked with Hopkins Architects, Cullum and Nightingale, Hudson Featherstone and Penoyre and Prasad on a wide range of projects.  These include one-off houses, healthcare and theatre design.  

Nicole has taught architecture at University College for the Creative Arts at Canterbury.  She enjoys painting and printmaking.

David and Nicole live in Islington with their two children.