Biomimetics in Architecture: Architecture of Life and Buildings
This book seeks to investigate the fascinating overlaps between architecture and biology. It aims to go beyond drawing borders and making further distinctions, by clarifying what is currently happening in the blurred field of the emerging discipline of aubiomimetics in architecture. This book provides an overview of the present state of research in the relatively young scientific field of biomimetics by showing the potential found in the subtle systems and solutions in nature, and the relationship between the abstract concepts of life and the built environment.
Vienna 2011. 29.7 x 21.0 cm, 466 illustrations, 280pp. Paperback.