Designers in the building industry are continually looking for new and innovative ways to create beautiful, livable spaces that are environmentally responsible and resilient. Increasingly, those on the leading edge are looking to nature as a source of inspiration. Here are nine examples of how applying biomimicry in the context of the built environment can help designers, projects, and communities as they work to create naturally sustainable, inherently resilient spaces.
Earlier this year Janine Benyus spoke at the 2014 Geodesign Summit, an annual gathering of professionals interested in using geospatial technologies to arrive at the best and most sustainable design solutions. The talk she gave was recorded and would be great to share...
Green roofs as ecosystems. Bringing daylight back into buildings. Thinking of energy efficiency as a resource. Eating invasive species. Biomimicry. These were all subjects of talks sponsored by Conservation Magazine at the Conservation Remix event in Seattle in early...
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