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MORE WITH LESS
Reimagining Architecture for a Changing World
22 April - 10 Sep 2023
The Hub for Biotechnology in the Built Environment (a joint initiative between Newcastle and Northumbria Universities) is creating ‘The Living Room’ – a soft, cosy, snug internal space with thick sculpted walls. The structure itself is grown from fungal mycelium, sawdust, and wool. This innovative technique uses organic, locally available waste materials and microbial processes to radically reduce the environmental impact of construction, while asking us to reconsider the relationship between the built and natural environments.
17th VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE | Italian Virtual Pavilion Sezione del Padiglione Italia
23 May - 21 Nov 2021
Can we grow a city? explores some of the work of the Living Construction theme in the HBBE.
LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL | BIODESIGN HERE AND NOW
19 Sep 2019, 19:00 BST
OpenCell, Shepherd's Bush, London
As an architecture collective of PhD researchers specialising in living technologies for the future, our mission is to challenge conventional methods of construction by proposing an ecocentric alternative. We believe that the buildings of the future should be living, breathing and inclusive of nature.
POST CARBON CITY STATE
Terreform ONE, Brooklyn Navy Yard, NY
An installation that demonstrates the carbon output from Ney York. Collaborated with Terreform One.
HEXADECA BENDING THE RULES
Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY
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