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Biomimicry Architecture

Collection by Hub Oraj

Hub Oraj
Photo Issue Jeanne Gang At Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo Will have to visit this the next time I'm in town! Nature Boardwalk @ Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, by Jeanne Gang Villa Architecture, Organic Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Biomimicry Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Portfolio, Architecture Organique

Photo Issue 2011: Jeanne Gang At Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo

Jeanne Gang designed the Nature Boardwalk at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo: “It’s a hyper-urban site, and yet it provides a space for a natural habitat.”

17 storey tree house - Sou Fujimoto builds in Montpellie .- Baumhaus mit 17 Geschossen – Sou Fujimoto baut in Montpellier Sou Fujimoto builds in Montpellier / Treehouse with 17 floors – Architecture and Architects – News / News / – News BauNetz. Sou Fujimoto, Futuristic Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Architecture, Classical Architecture, Architecture Images, Interior Design, Baroque Architecture

Sou Fujimoto-Led Team Designs Tree-Inspired Housing Tower for Montpellier

First Prize, La Folie architecturale de Richter, Built by Sou Fujimoto Architects,Nicolas Laisné Associés,Manal Rachdi Oxo architects in Montpellier, France with surface 10225.0. Images by RSI-studio. The City of Montpellier has chosen Sou Fujimoto Architects, Nicolas Laisné Associés and Manal Rachdi Oxo architects’ ...

Naturally Ventilated Ng Teng Fong General Hospital by - eVolo Architecture Magazine Hospital Architecture, Architecture Magazines, Unique Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Concept Architecture, Facade Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Round Building

Naturally Ventilated Ng Teng Fong General Hospital - eVolo | Architecture Magazine

Architecture and Design Magazine for the 21st Century. Organizer of the Annual Skyscraper Architectural Competition.

More Breezy, Tree-Hung Nests Inspired by Birds & Made for Humans human-sized beautiful nests like weaver birds build that are biomimic shelters by South African design company Animal Farm's Porky Heferall Bamboo Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Architecture Design, Biomimicry Architecture, Nester, South African Design, Bamboo Structure, Bamboo House, Land Art


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New Silent Wind Tree Turbines Make Energy Production Beautiful Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building Green Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Landscape Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Sustainable Tourism, Renewable Energy

New Silent Wind Tree Turbines Make Energy Production Beautiful

A new wind turbine technology called Wind Tree makes wind power in urban locations aesthetically pleasing, efficient and much quieter than other turbines.

See our web site for even more details on "rainwater collection architecture". It is actually a superb place to learn more. Biomimicry Architecture, Soil Layers, Rainwater Harvesting, Fish Ponds, Water Conservation, Backyard Landscaping, Organic Gardening, Plant Based, Plants

Incredibly Leaf-Like: 12 Bio-Inspired Plant-Based Designs - WebEcoist

Sometimes, nature can influence design in the most unexpected ways. Would you ever think of looking to a calla lily for an ultra-efficient impeller design, or a mangrove tree ecosystem for a futuristic set of skyscrapers? These 12 biomimetic designs and concepts apply biological aspects of flowers, lily pads, leaves

Brilliant Cement Making Technology Mimics Coral While Removing From the Atmosphere… Scientists are mimicking how coral makes it skeleton and are using that information to make a cement replacement that actually sequesters carbon rather than emitting it. Systems Biology, Portland Cement, Parametric Design, Diy Greenhouse, Intelligent Design, Built Environment, Green Building, Science Nature, Concrete

Brilliant Cement Making Technology Mimics Coral While Removing CO2 From the Atmosphere

Stanford professor Brent Constanz has developed a technology that mimics how coral produces its skeleton to create a substitute for concrete that actually sequesters CO2.

In this inspiring talk about recent developments in biomimicry, Janine Benyus provides heartening examples of ways in which nature is already influencing the products and systems we build. Biomimicry Architecture, Biophilic Architecture, Parametric Design, Landscape Architecture, Biomimicry Examples, Systems Thinking, Tech Art, Life Design, Ideas

Jeanine Benyus, Biomimicry

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/

A prototype for a Breathing Skin designed by Neri Oxman who teaches at the MIT Media Lab. It's made from polyurethane and machined wax. The material is made in continuous tiles and changes in areas to let in light heat, or to achieve structural support. Biomimicry Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Modern Architecture, Pattern Art, Pattern Design, Neri Oxman, Hybrid Design, Work Inspiration, Organic Shapes

A prototype for a Breathing Skin designed by Neri Oxman who teaches at the MIT Media Lab. It's made from polyurethane and machined wax. The material is made in continuous tiles and changes in areas to let in light heat, or to achieve structural support. #material #design #MIT #medialab #design #surface #biomimicry #science #advanced #texture

Termite mound inspires a building « inhabitat – green design, innovation, architecture, green building Architecture Design, Green Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Biomimicry Architecture, Building Facade, Green Building, Building Design, Grand Tour

BIOMIMETIC ARCHITECTURE: Green Building in Zimbabwe Modeled After Termite Mounds

The Eastgate Centre in Harare, Zimbabwe, is a shining example of biomimicry. This naturally cooled green building, designed by architect Mick Pearce, models its ventilation system on the cooling system used by African termites in their giant mounds.

The Minister of Municipal Affairs & Agriculture (MMAA) in Qatar is getting a brand new office building that takes the form of a towering cactus. Read more: Qatar Sprouts a Towering Cactus Skyscraper Innovative Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Amazing Architecture, Modern Architecture, Biomimicry Architecture, Amazing Buildings, Modern Buildings, Office Buildings



Growing Vertical Urban Skyfarm: Architectural project in korea by Aprilli design studio is presented prototypical plans. For a vertical farm to be built adjacent to the cheonggyecheon stream in dow… Hydroponic Farming, Hydroponic Growing, Hydroponics, Indoor Farming, Futuristic Architecture, Architecture Design, Green Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Biomimicry Architecture

This Tree-Shaped Farm-On-A-Skyscraper Could Bring Acres Of Crops Into The City

Designed like a giant tree, the Urban Skyfarm is covered in leaf-like decks that provide space for real trees to grow.