City Ideas Studio: Food Exhibition 1 May 2015 - 5 July 2015 Beginning with a focus on food in the city, the City Ideas Studio looks at how we design, manage and use our buildings and urban spaces, and how food production can contribute to healthier, happier and greener cities. Kicking off the City Ideas Studio exhibition programme, leading urban design and architectural thinker CJ Lim leads the discussion around how we can we produce and eat more healthy food in the city
City Ideas Studio: Nature Exhibition 15 July 2015 - 13 September 2015 Projects and organisations will take up residence in the gallery to answer the question of How can we make space for a nature-rich landscape in the city? World-renowned landscape architect Andrew Grant presents his work alongside that of Avon Wildlife Trust, whose My Wild City mapping project works with communities with the aim of transforming gardens and open spaces into a Bristol-wide nature reserve.
City Ideas Studio: Energy Exhibition: 25 November - 24 January 2015 The Architecture Centre's fourth City Ideas Studio residency addresses the question of How can we provide better, cleaner energy and use less of it? Bristol’s ambition is to become the UK’s first city for sustainable energy, leading the way towards smart energy efficiency, affordable warmth and 100% renewables, with a thriving low carbon sector delivering solutions for the city and across the world.
City Ideas Studio: Transport Exhibition 3 February to 10 April 2016 The Architecture Centre's fifth and final City Ideas Studio residency addresses the question of How can we improve public transport, active travel and make better use of our streets? One of Bristol Green Capital’s ambitions is for Bristol to become a world leading city in active travel, where 4 out of 5 journeys under five miles are made by foot, bike and public transport. Working with our studio partner the West of England
Thermae Bath Spa Bath, UK Thermae Bath Spa is a Millennium project designed by Grimshaw, marking the revitalisation of the city's spa quarter. It comprises a new building and the sensitive environmental restoration of five listed buildings, including the Cross Bath, the Hot Bath and the Hetling Pump Room design by Grimshaw via http://grimshaw-architects.com