is an architectural research and design collective founded by Matthew Darmour-Paul, James Powell, Enrico Brondelli di Brondello & Beth Fisher Levine, born out of a shared frustration with professional and academic practice standards in architecture around ecology and biodiversity loss. Through research, design, curation, teaching and public engagement, we work to inspire new possibilities for building worlds with the other-than-human in mind.

Our long-term research project “The Architecture of Multispecies Cohabitation” was the subject of a solo exhibition at the University of Sydney’s Tin Sheds Gallery from April to June 2021. Our second solo exhibition BIRDSEYEVIEW took place at San Mei Gallery, London from April-May 2022. Our work has been presented at the POLLEN Biennial Conference 2020, the London Festival of Architecture 2021, the V-A-C Non-Extractive Architecture residency 2021, and has been published in FOLLY and the Architects Journal.

Clients & Collaborators:

Culture & Animals Foundation

Tin Sheds Gallery,
University of Sydney

Sydney Environment Institute

Danielle Celermajer

Space Caviar

London Festival of Architecture

San Mei Gallery