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How does architecture respond to our climate and ecological emergencies? How does urban design respond to women’s safety and community cohesiveness?

Gbolade Design Studio are celebrating 5 years of practice and ‘Breaking Ground’ is set up as a provocation to the public. We are living with the consequences of an extractive design and construction system. How must we now act to become responsible and inclusive stewards of our future.

The exhibition explores five key themes using the practices’ projects which adopt sustainable and regenerative approaches to respond to some of these pressing issues in society. Themes include; city-shaping, retrofit, net-zero homes, community-building, and innovation in construction.

BREAKING GROUND | A Regenerative Approach
Image: Gbolade Design Studio

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Admission / Cost FREE

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The Africa Centre More Info

Address: 66 Great Suffolk St
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Public Transport Southwark Station
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Gbolade Design Studio

About Gbolade Design Studio are an award-winning emerging architecture practice approaching 5 Years. Their entrepreneurial design approach draws directly from the analysis of, and, insight from data of existing communities, responding within their own framework to ensure community-centred and commercially-minded results.
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