Published by Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at University of Greenwich, London

Tag: biodesign

  • Unnatural Futures

    Unnatural Futures

    From genetically modified foods to zombie apocalypse, concerns about the future are increasingly reflected in contemporary media, policy and culture. An unnatural future is being shaped by rapidly escalating anxieties about the social, cultural, environmental and technological risks that now pervade everyday life. This climate of fear and uncertainty about the future requires careful consideration…

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  • Biodesign exhibition in Rotterdam

    Biodesign exhibition in Rotterdam

    Living trees support houses and bridges; mushrooms replace synthetic foam for packaging and insulation; leaves grow into decorative patterns inside glass tiles. For a forthcoming exhibition at The New Institute, curator William Myers has selected dozens of projects that illustrate new ways to harness living systems for art, design and production. Biodesign: On the Cross-Pollination of…

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