Throughout time humans have always build structures in order to advance. Whether that be architecturally, technologically or socially. Because of these advancements, we are now facing the consequences and we are standing in front of a big issue. The biodiversity of Earth is being destroyed. This demands our attention, consideration and initiative. This thesis project takes a curious look into the near future of the interrelation between climate politics and the cultural and scientific practice around the management of the current biodiversity crisis. Political discussions, activism and climate strikes centered around the issue and how to solve it is happening throughout the world, but in the tropical zoo of Randers Regnskov they are taking a slightly different approach. Biologists are storing cell lines from different species in hopes of building an archive of gene matter. A so called” Biobank”. This thesis project aims to develop a new center for biological diversity and science that connects to the Tropical Zoo of Randers Regnskov. The project is intended as an environmental landmark for public awareness and education along with being a research destination for biodiversity.