With billions of years experience designing the most complex, efficient and waste-free systems, it’s no wonder designers are looking to nature for inspiration. In this video, we hear from four leading architects and designers as they discuss how they apply Biomimicry to their designs and how they went from inspiration to deeper learning and ultimately application to their work.
November 21st, 2014
With billions of years experience designing the most complex, efficient and waste-free systems, it’s no wonder designers are looking to nature for inspiration. What this awereness has lead to, is Biomicicry – a design approach that recognises the genius of nature and its highly advanced problem solving skills, and seeks to learn from it.
In this video, we hear from four leading architects and designers as they discuss how they apply Biomimicry to their designs and how they went from inspiration to deeper learning and ultimately application to their work.
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