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Biohm is a multi-award-winning research and development led, bio-manufacturing company. We allow nature to lead innovation, to revolutionise construction and create a healthier, more sustainable, built-environment.

Biohm at the London Design Festival, 15-23 Sept 2018

We are incredibly privileged and excited to be exhibiting at this year’s London Design Festival, taking place between the 15th and 23rd of September across London. Our two bases - Sustainable Bankside and Open Cell - will be opening their doors to the public, presenting a great opportunity for them to show off the abundance of innovation and groundbreaking design that goes on within their walls.

The team at Biohm are looking forward to welcoming visitors from all around the world, and extend a warm invitation to any and all designers, environmentalists, construction workers and creative explorers to see, feel and hear first hand the bold new material practices we're developing. See you there!


19th Sept. Talk: ‘Sustainable Design Inspiring Workspace’ at Sustainable Bankside – our founder, Ehab Sayed, will be discussing Biohm and the future of sustainable construction on a panel with other experts.

20th Sept. Talk: ‘Material Explorations Waste Streams Talk’ at Makerversity, Somerset House – another panel event which brings together multiple designers who are using waste streams as a source of basic material.

21st Sept. Talk: ‘A Biomimetic Future’ at Open Cell – Ehab will be presenting Biohm and the concepts that underpin it at the premises of our brand new lab, Open Cell. This is a great opportunity to come and see our sustainably resourced construction, Orbeus, and check out the amazing work that's happening across the site.

23rd Sept. Event: ‘Make Your Own Orb’ at Open Cell – a very exciting event for all ages: we invite the public to come and make their own Orb in our lab from a variety of materials: come along to see how orange peel, coffee grounds, and a host of other 'waste' substances can be repurposed to make useful and eye-catching products.