London Without Bees: Architecture to Pollinate a Wilting City (Londres, 2011)

“What would happen if, as the worst predictions suggest, there were no bees in London? How would flowers be pollinated?”

“Here a headquarters in Kew Gardens releases millions of delicate floating inseminators, like artificial spores, across the city. Locally, in places like Victoria Park in Hackney, small repair and collection points work constantly to recycle the proxy bees: architecture to pollinate a wilting city.”


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