With Biomimicry, Designers Turn to Nature to Reimagine Our Food System

November 14, 2015

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The common earthworm, termite mounds, and even the Texas Horned Lizard share something in common: they have all inspired innovative design concepts for Read More...

Hydroponic Vertical Gardens and Heliostats Flourish on Sustainable Skyscraper

November 19, 2014

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When iconic French architect Jean Nouvel and his botanist and landscape “artist” colleague and friend Patrick Blanc collaborate, you can expect a novel and cutting edge statement combining the best of their respective talents with the latest in green technologies, Read More...

Crocheted Chairs and Planters Emulate Nature

February 7, 2013

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Designer Ruth Fore artistically crochets wire into stunning one of a kind chairs, planters, and garden sculptures.

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In a process similar to biomimicry, where design emulates patterns in nature, Fore examines the characteristics and possibilities of raw materials, handcrafting unique … Read More...

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