Bio-Spaces: Regenerative, Resilient Futures

01 June - 30 June

9:00 -17:30

As a species we are waking up to the simple fact that we are part of nature.

Human beings thrive in spaces that are in harmony with the natural elements and systems of our planet. As a result, we are starting to reimagine how our spaces can be designed with nature in mind, working with rather than against it, to create healthier more equitable environments to live in, now and into the future.

Bio-spaces is an exhibition exploring the concepts of biophilic design, biodiversity and biomimicry in design, biomorphic design, bio-based materials and bioregenerative design to reconnect people and spaces with nature.

Curated by Planted and Oliver Heath Design the exhibition runs from 19 April - 30 September 2024. To coincide with the exhibition, a panel discussion hosted by global biophilic design expert Oliver Heath, will explore building for biodiversity on 6 June.

Image: Temple Galaxia by Mamou Mani Architects

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Roca London Gallery

Roca London Gallery,
Station Court,
Townmead Road

Monday - Friday from 9:00 to 17:30, Saturday from 11.00 to 17:00, Sunday closed.

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Wheelchair accessible
Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Gender Neutral Toilet

For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: indra.sinkeviciute@uk.roca.net .
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Exhibition will be accessible as a physical display, there will be large scale prints of architectural case studies and further text reading – QR codes to articles/books to learn more about the nature-based design approach. Roca London Gallery will also have a printed and digital booklet of the exhibition for visitors to take away.

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