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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.
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