Designing with Nature extended for a further four weeks

The Architecture Foundation is delighted to announce that due to popular demand, Exploration Architecture’s first ever solo show Designing with Nature will be extended for an additional four-week period.

The exhibition presents an immersive display and striking 3D printed installation showcasing a selection of four projects and prototypes from the studio’s cutting-edge research on sustainable, nature-inspired design, including two new, previously unpublished schemes. Study models, sketches and specially commissioned short films introducing Exploration’s projects are presented alongside a myriad of natural specimens that inspired the designs – offering unique insight into the studio’s practice of learning from nature in order to deliver future-facing solutions for architecture, systems design and materials production that address the major challenges of our age.

This critically acclaimed exhibition will now remain open until Friday 11 April, Tuesday – Friday (12noon – 6pm) in The AF's central London Project Space. Don't miss it!

"This feels like important, pioneering stuff and is well worth a visit." – Pamela Buxton, RIBA Journal

"It looks like the set of a space-age Natural History Museum." – Oliver Wainwright, the Guardian

Designing with Nature Headline Sponsor: Interface
With in-kind support from: Lukas Oehmigen, BigRep; and Ultimaker

Image: Courtesy Daniel Hewitt