South Ken Green Trail
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Until 15 October
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From the end of July to mid-October, South Kensington is coming alive with exciting new installations and a green trail for visitors. Pop-up nature hubs and installations created by architects, artists and garden designers will leave you buzzing with new ideas and inspiring visions for a greener future.
Home Away from Hive by Mizzi Studios – with The Science Museum
Outside the Science Museum, insects and people are connected with, a nest-like structure which is layered with medicinal plants creating a link with Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries at the Museum and providing a hive of discovery, education and biodiversity.
Algae Meadow by Seyi Adelekun and Wayward – with the V&A
Opposite the V&A, meander through a wildflower vertical meadow which connects the architecture of Exhibition Road to the depths of the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park through a hydroponic algae canopy. The Algae Meadow explores how we care for and enhance biodiversity in an urban setting through careful use of local resources, material and plant ecologies.
Windflower by Urban Radicals – with the Goethe-Institut
Discover a beautiful wind-turbine blade upcycled into an ensemple of wildflower planters - a biodiversity hub for bees and insects. Take a seat and admire the scale of wind-turbines brought to an unexpected city environment.
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