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Biomimetics in Architecture: Architecture of Life and Buildings

by:Petra Gruber

Designers are not biologists (as much as I may want to be). However, we have so much that we can learn from nature, from material organisation, to mathematical patterns and structural principles. In this book, Petra Gruber not only explores these logics found in nature, but also discusses how they could be extracted for built architectural projects using a series of case studies. As one of the only resources going past the usual testing ground of pavilion or screen wall, this book gives some real insight into how biomimicry can shape our built environment.

– Evan Greenberg

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