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Could the Buildings of the Future be Grown Underwater in the World’s Oceans?

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London-based Exploration Architecture creates cutting-edge projects that explore truly sustainable concepts. Their designs are inspired by natural forms ranging from sea urchins to coral reefs, and they speculate that the future of architecture could come




 

 

Exploration Architecture, Michael Pawlyn, Nicholas Grimshaw, biomimicry, Architecture Foundation exhibition, Designing with Nature exhibition, Eden project, marine life forms, marine life-inspired architecture, biomimetic architecture, self-grown architecture, sea urchins, sea creatures, biorock, biorock pavilion

London-based Exploration Architecture creates cutting-edge projects that explore truly sustainable concepts. Their designs are inspired by natural forms ranging from sea urchins to coral reefs, and they speculate that the future of architecture could come from the depths of the ocean. The team leader, Michael Pawlyn, has assembled a series of mind-boggling designs that are showcased at the Architecture Foundation’s south London gallery as part of his first solo exhibition Designing with Nature.

Exploration Architecture, Michael Pawlyn, Nicholas Grimshaw, biomimicry, Architecture Foundation exhibition, Designing with Nature exhibition, Eden project, marine life forms, marine life-inspired architecture, biomimetic architecture, self-grown architecture, sea urchins, sea creatures, biorock, biorock pavilion Exploration Architecture, Michael Pawlyn, Nicholas Grimshaw, biomimicry, Architecture Foundation exhibition, Designing with Nature exhibition, Eden project, marine life forms, marine life-inspired architecture, biomimetic architecture, self-grown architecture, sea urchins, sea creatures, biorock, biorock pavilion Exploration Architecture, Michael Pawlyn, Nicholas Grimshaw, biomimicry, Architecture Foundation exhibition, Designing with Nature exhibition, Eden project, marine life forms, marine life-inspired architecture, biomimetic architecture, self-grown architecture, sea urchins, sea creatures, biorock, biorock pavilion Exploration Architecture, Michael Pawlyn, Nicholas Grimshaw, biomimicry, Architecture Foundation exhibition, Designing with Nature exhibition, Eden project, marine life forms, marine life-inspired architecture, biomimetic architecture, self-grown architecture, sea urchins, sea creatures, biorock, biorock pavilion Exploration Architecture, Michael Pawlyn, Nicholas Grimshaw, biomimicry, Architecture Foundation exhibition, Designing with Nature exhibition, Eden project, marine life forms, marine life-inspired architecture, biomimetic architecture, self-grown architecture, sea urchins, sea creatures, biorock, biorock pavilion


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