BioArmour Test Tile.
BioArmour project in collaboration with Glasgow Univesity.
Tiny baby barnacles populating a BioArmour Test Tile.
Research with Glasgow University finding ways to increase resilience of sea defences through barnacle population.
A pollen sculpture that doubles as a place for wildlife to hibernate.
BioArmour Test Tiles in the making.
From paper sculpture by artist Hannah George to Natural Concrete BioArmour Tile.
BioArmour Test Tiles in the field.
Sculpted concrete Bee Seat.
Designed specifically for people and solitary mining bees to coexist in harmony!
Vertipool in situ.
This Vertipool is fixed almost a metre high on a sea wall. The pool supports green, invertebrate and vertebrate intertidal lifeforms.
Vertipool Mk1 dimensions and weights.
The Glasgow University Bio Tile Test Array
Part of a test array of BioArmour Tiles created in collaboration with Glasgow University. An asset resilience research project.
Sculpted Bird Box
Earth cast nest pod made from Natural cement and newspaper pulp.
TyrePools with Bournemouth University
Trialing Vertipools made from recycled car tyres with Bournemouth University's Marine Sciences Department.
At our studio testing new contentious materials for use in the public realm.
A Mining Bee Home
This mining bee is busy making a home in one of our handmade bee benches.
A Boscombe Vertipool
One of a dozen small Vertipools commissioned by Bournemouth Council as part of their BioBeach initiative.
Working with Sandown Bay Academy on BioArmour Test Tiles. Project in collaboration with The Royal Society.
Glasgow University BioArmour Test Tile Array
Installing the Glasgow Uni Test Array at Shanklin Isle of Wight. Project research into biological asset resilience.
Award winning NaturePlay Space
Winner of a Big Biodiversity Award 2016. Maxted NaturePlay Space contains many creative interventions that support wildlife and people equally.
Director Nigel George at work
Work in progress. A sculptural hibernaculum based on magnified Birch Tree pollen. Made from a concrete and pulped newspaper medium.
The Birch Pollen Hibernaculum
This sculpted hibernaculum is stuffed with hay and wood chips in order to provide a warm and dry interior.
Director Nige and Ian
Local article about Artecology's Big Biodiversity Award.