WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES TO MAKE BUILDINGS MORE EFFICIENT BY MODELING NATURE?

Publicerad: 21 januari 2019

BIOMIMETIC ARCHITECTURE seeks solutions for sustainability in nature. It is a contemporary philosophy of architecture whose method is the integration of not only the forms of nature, but also its systems, and processes with the purpose of solving complex human-made problems.


Learning to make things and do things the way nature does is the key to truly sustainable architecture, an interdisciplinary approach which goes beyond simply not doing any harm and starts to regenerate resilient and thriving communities in a healthy environment.


The following projects can be a great example:

Shanghai Natural History Museum _ Perkins+Will

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