About FabPub
FabPub (Fabrication Publique) started in an old pub near Hoxton Square in Shoreditch, London. It is now located in the heart of the “MakerMile”, one square mile of Maker Culture, on Hackney Road.
Our dream is to empower everyone’s creativity – We want you to create and make your own designs and products, not just buy them off-the-shelf. FabPub wants you to access and use fabrication machines that were once in remote factories by putting them on the high street and training you to use them on a self-service basis.


  1. Laser cutting and engraving
  2. 3D printing
  3. Fabrication consultancy
  4. Parametric Design consultancy
  5. Training

Why choose Fabpub

FabPub works with leading designers in the field. We know what a designer needs to produce high quality finish projects with both of our laser cutter and 3D printers, we can provide large size cutting and printing volumes, which allows you to save time and cost.
FabPub has a team of an in-house computation and digital fabrication experts to help you realize your project easily.  We welcome a very open working spirit, working and collaborating with talent designers with all sort of ideas.


Arthur Mamou-mani


Arthur has taught parametric design tools, digital fabrication as well as environmental and structural simulation at many leading academic bodies such as the Architectural Association School of Architecture and the UCL-Bartlett.
Arthur Mamou-Mani (AAdip ARB/RIBA) is a French architect and Director of the award-winning architecture practice Mamou-Mani Architects and also a lecturer at the University of Westminster in London.
Arthur enjoys the collaborative nature of design and wants to share his knowledge with everyone.


He is graduating in a master program in Vaastu Shastra, the science of built space according to traditional Indian Architecture.
Jean De La Tour graduated from Boston University in 1992 and joined a family business in Real- Estate in Vancouver and California. He moved to Argentina in 2002 to start a business in land management and building development.
Jean has been living in London for five years and his goal is to adapt the sacred knowledge of Vaastu Shastra for homes and mid­rise constructions. He sees a great opportunity in joining FabPub to promote exchange and services for the architectural industry.


Ping-Hsiang Chen is an architect and computational designer specializing in parametric design, digital fabrication and multi-media.
He has taught parametric design, 3D printing and digital fabrication in various schools such as Architectural Assocication School of Architecture, London and Shih Chein University, Taiwan.
Ping-Hsiang Chen completed his RIBA Part 1 and 2 at the AA school of Architecture and further gained his MA degree in Architecture and Digital Media at the University of Westminster, London.