Future city forms centrepiece of UN biodiversity conference

Future city forms centrepiece of UN biodiversity conference

“While the Future City Garden has a serious point to make, it’s also fun. I hope that people will enjoy visiting it, remember its messages and be motivated by them, thereby enriching future decisions on this extremely important global topic.”


Chetwoods is well known for having created the first zero carbon building, which was verified in 2020, Sainsbury’s first ‘eco’ store (Greenwich, London 1999) and the Butterfly House (Surrey, 2003).

“Our Future City Garden reflects the ever-present influence of nature in architecture and design and serves to demonstrate our concern – as architects – for the natural environment”

It has been working in China for more than 10-years on an array of different projects from show gardens in Shanghai through to a proposed 20-hectare logistics park in Wuhan and a new settlement in Ruischang.


The United Nations Biodiversity Conference provides an opportunity to empower people to leverage the power of food systems, to drive recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and focus on the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

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