The new visitor facilities for Parc naturel regional du Morvan are designed as a suite of spaces which will inspire people to have a closer relationship with wildlife.
Biomorphis has been commissioned by Leith Creative to map the main areas of actions that the community has repeatedly identified in Leith. The document was part of The Leith Conference which brought local people, organisations and businesses together to jointly identify key issues affecting life, for better and worse in Leith, and to agree priorities for future action.
The Data Play Pavilion is a pop-up exhibition space featuring a range of objects and experiences that invite you to step into the future. The exhibition is interactive, mixing design with technology and exploring a number of themes aimed at provoking discussions on what it means to “design with data”.
Biomorphis reconfigured a double storey family apartment in the Old Town in order to obtain 2 independent flats each fitted with their own serving spaces. The upper flat was extended onto an adjacent rooftop to create a generous loft space. Both levels still operate as one family house with the added flexibility of independence for
Biomorphis has been commissioned to design and build a pop-up kitchen and menu cards for Leith Creative, Leith Open Space and World Kitchen in Leith. Over the last ten years WKiL has popped up in an extraordinary mix of kitchens (from the Citadel youth centre, to Edinburgh City Chambers, from Scottish Parliament Festival of Politics,
Art Installation commissioned by Out of the Blue Arts and Education Trust. The installation is located at the Drill Hall in Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh. The space provides affordable and appropriate spaces, resources, projects and opportunities for the residents of Edinburgh. The installation of 72 floating umbrellas seeks to make this diversity of creativity more visible
The Old Ale and Porter House is an early 18th century single storey cottage adjoined to a mid 18th century 2-storey house, currently combined as one with altered openings. It is a category C Listed Building and belongs to the Tyninghame Conservation Area. Biomorphis has designed a new new timber single storey studio to replace
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