Animal Architecture at the Geffrye Museum, London

How would modern social architecture look if it was designed for different animal species? And what can we learn from the nests, hives and burrows of other social species? Can they help us redesign familiar built structures for community living?

At the Geffrye Museum Delta Arts is working with 20 young people aged 13-24, including architecture students from Central St Martins College of Art and Design. Over a series of sessions in May and June, with help from visiting guest naturalists and architects, we will design and construct a collaborative installation work for the museum garden.

Join us to celebrate the results on Saturday 19th June, 1-3.30pm, at the Geffrye Museum, 136 Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA.

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