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 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
What if your hairdryer could buy energy at 2am and sell it to people drying their hair on a Friday night? What if you could see how sharing your YouTube comments could affect your employability? What if the Blockchain could spark thousands of micro acts of kindness to transform Edinburgh for the better?
XYZ Design is a series of computer-generated structures made of CNC cut flat timber modules. It is aimed at showcasing design collaborations between humans and algorithms.
biomorphis has collaborated with Akiko Kobayashi to assemble the first WikiHouse in Edinburgh. biomorphis also produced the assembly manual which enabled the community at Fountainbridge to gather over 3 days and raise the new structure.
Ever built a REAL Minecraft world? A team of crafty miners assembled a Picnic Biome at Out Of the Blue for Leith Late 17.