The architectural profession is rapidly embracing digital design technologies developed and applied in the framework of biologically inspired processes. Put simply, nature is the largest laboratory that ever existed and ever will. While biomimicry does not exclude emulating form, we are interested in the processes and systems in which all design resides.
The following links allow for a more detailed look into Biomimcry
What is Biomimicry? from the Biomimicry Institute
Biomimetics-Design by Nature: National Geographic Treatment
Conversation with Janine Benyus from the Biomimicry Institute
Biomimicry as a Tool for Innovation from the Biomimicry Institute
The Eden Project: a popular project inspired by nature
Evolutionary Architecture: a relevant publication from the AA
100 Best: highlights 100 best industry innovations inspired by nature
Biomimetic Architecture is a short publication by Sandro Alberti
Zoomorphic is an exhibit that highlights buildings that look like animals
Design Boom has a great treatment on Biomimicry worth checking out, great articles as well
The Centre for Biomimetics at the University of Reading has become a leader in Biomimetic research
Bio-Logic of Architecture is a fascinating pdf that delves into buildings acting like biology, not looking like it
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