Invisible Worlds

We worked with the Eden Project team to imagine and visualise new exhibits for Invisible Worlds, a proposed new permanent exhibition in the Core building. It explores the things that are too large or too small to easily see and understand but rule our planet’s systems. and begin to create a look and feel. Design routes explore the uses of negative (invisible) space as well as the hidden geometry present in nature (a key part of the architecture of the Core building). We are very pleased to have been involved with this project at such an early stage and are excited to see how it progresses.

logo-routes

earth tracker

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visuals

cu-right-page

Invisible Worlds booklet



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