We do not face the end of ecological catastrophe yet, thus we cannot exactly predict what the scene of apocalypse could be or how we can protect ourselves from the disaster. However, even if we did not encounter the end of ecological catastrophe, we are experiencing the symptom of environmental disruption, nature of climate change, wealth creation, biodiversity loss and disease. There is no longer a hiding place from that and we feel the necessity of precautions.1 Therefore, the fear of apocalypse makes us to create whatever that seems to protect human from end of the world. The initial purpose of the Eden project is also derived from this endeavors which slow down the upcoming ecological catastrophe.2 However, the Eden project seems to become no more than the botanical park for capitalism. The landscape inside the biomes is the ‘stage sets’ that represent real places in the world and they create artificial nature rather than replicate real ‘nature’. It does not alert people to ecological apocalypse, rather create profit from people’s pleasure. Therefore we should develop the sustainable design experiment as not for the showcase which makes more money, but for real experiment for rescuing Earth.