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.
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
biomorphis worked with Save Leith Walk to facilitate a Community Planning Workshop in order to develop an alternative vision for the land on Stead’s Place as well as the 106-154 Leith Walk red sandstone building.
Biomorphis has designed a new new timber single storey studio to replace 2 existing stores adjacent to the Old Ale & Porter House in Tyninghame. The roof profile of the studio matches the height existing boundary wall conditions. The walls and roof are finished with untreated red western cedar cladding while a new gabion wall
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Cafe NORD is being developed by biomorphis for giles & george in Paris. With a spacious layout, large windows and high ceilings, the cafe will sit at the bottom of an historic residence and offer an eclectic mix of Hausmannian and contemporary touches.
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.
Exchange Place offers sustainable and striking office accommodation across three buildings of individual character, at the heart of the Exchange District, Edinburgh’s thriving financial and commercial hub.
Dundas Street apartment renovation, located in a 19th-century building in the New Town Edinburgh. The design creates an elegant contrast between the historic shell and the contemporary interior.
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.