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How Biomimicry Enhances Creativity in Architecture

Courtesy of SMIT

The term ‘biomimicry’ originates from the Greek words bios; meaning life and mimesis, meaning imitate. It refers to imitating natural strategies (not forms) to devise new sustainable solutions. Although buildings guard us against natural extremes, they have a lot to learn from the natural world. Oh, the irony!

Nature and natural processes are the guiding principles or the main metaphors of the design approach. – Frank Lloyd Wright

Biomimetic Architecture is now on the rise. Therefore, discovering its potentials is vital. Read on to find out How Biomimicry Enhances Creativity in Architecture.

(Read more via arch2o.com)


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