It is time to rethink our relationship with 'nature', to end its exploitation and live symbiotically.

The built environment needs a shift in its role to become a catalyst for positive interspecies interaction. By recognising ecological importance we can let go of our anthropocentric perspective and accept that humans are not the centre and meaning of power.

KIN's bricks are created using discarded shellfish from restaurants, along with natural, low-carbon lime. The installation hosts native plants and species. This facilitates their interaction with humans, and intends to bring into question our relationship with nature.