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Biomimicry architecture

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Biomimicry Process - Biomimicry

How does it all start? Imagine the roaring sound of a speedy bullet train racing down the track. Now imagine trying to do homework with that powerful noise of the train in the background. That co ...

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The 4th Annual Life of an Architect Playhouse Design Competition had an amazing turnout this year and I am proud to announce the 28 finalists that will be moving on to the final round

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Description Issey Miyake's stand. University's project. Rhinoceros 4.7 - Vray plugin 1.5 - Photoshop CS4 - Grasshopper plugin - Autocad 2010 Complete Project ->[link] Interior view -> [link]

P.YGROS.C proposes to reinvent the common Sukkah morphology into a continuous network of timber grid shell structures – yet following the ancestral rules.

P.YGROS.C / passive hygroscopic curls THEVERYMANY / Marc Fornes with Jared Laucks “Embrace tradition while decorating it your way…” P.YGROS.C proposes to reinvent the common…

Janine Benyus is a life sciences writer and author of six books, including her latest -- Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. In Biomimicry, she names an emerging science that seeks sustainable solutions by mimicking nature's designs and processes (e.g., solar cells that mimic leaves, agriculture that looks like a prairie, business that runs like a redwood forest).  More Pop!Tech art by Peter Durand of Alphachimp Studio Inc. at: www.alphachimp.com/poptech-art/

Janine Benyus is a life sciences writer and author of six books, including her latest -- Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. In Biomimicry, she names an emerging science that seeks sustainable solutions by mimicking nature's designs and processes (e.g., solar cells that mimic leaves, agriculture that looks like a prairie, business that runs like a redwood forest). More Pop!Tech art by Peter Durand of Alphachimp Studio Inc. at: www.alphachimp.com/poptech-art/