After being awarded with a Silver Medal at Chelsea Flower Show 2022, OmVed Gardens: Saving Seed has now reopened to the public at OmVed Gardens.
’Saving Seed’ highlights the importance of seed saving for human and planetary wellbeing, and encompasses OmVed Gardens’ focus on ecological regeneration through food and creativity.
The exhibit is presented in a unique pavilion designed by selgascano, a small atelier of architecture keeping nature at the core of their projects, and renowned in the UK for their iridescent 2015 Serpentine Pavilion, their distinctive Second Home Workspaces and their additions to London's new Design District at Greenwich Peninsula.
You can access most of the exhibition contents on this website, but we encourage you to visit the exhibit in person for a more immersive experience, and a chance to enjoy the pavilion and the gardens.
Nature as architecture: architects selgascano and Paul Gazerwitz in conversation (Open House Festival)
Friday 16th September 6:30pm, OmVed Gardens
Urban Nature Sketching Jam (Open House Festival)
Saturday 17th September 10am to 5pm, OmVed Gardens