Biomimicry Taiwan is collaborating with the Fisheries and Fishing Port Affairs Management Office of New Taipei City, seeking innovations inspired by nature, to solve the problem of garbage in fishing ports and discarded fishing nets on the seabeds.
The world is full of complex systems. When you use a systems view, you are better able to tie a design to nature’s cycles and improve a solution’s effectiveness by creating a better fit with its environment. This webinar will explore how to approach your food system innovation by looking at the big picture.
One of the most challenging and important steps in biomimicry is the translation of biological strategies into design strategies that can be applied to your design. In this webinar we’ll provide guidance for effectively and accurately doing so.
Nature’s unifying patterns are an attempt to identify overarching lessons in the natural world that have profound implications for what and how we design. These patterns are informed by context and constraints within the natural world, and provide a unique way to approach and think about a design challenge. This webinar will introduce the patterns and provide examples for how they can be incorporated into your design process.