London Design Biennale: Here's why a forest has suddenly sprung up in the heart of London
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Nestled among the high rise buildings and busy streets of central London and unusual sight has sprung up. 400 trees have formed a mini forest to help bring an important message to the capital about climate change. It's part of the London Design Biennale at Somerset House - a global gathering of the world’s most imaginative designers representing a range of issues, brought together under the watchful eye of 'Love Actually' Director Richard Curtis.