Nature’s Blueprint for Residential Design

BiomimicrySwarm has just contributed to an article in the Alternative Technology Association’s magazine, Sanctuary.

Tim Angus, Architect, is passionate about creating designs that respond to their climate and site and fascinated about how nature provides a rich source of inspiration to develop innovative forms and systems that go beyond architectural image making. He discusses how biomimicry has informed some of his recent projects.

Jane Toner, Architect and Biomimicry Specialist, discusses how specific functional design challenges can be solved by asking the right questions of nature, and how Life’s Principles can create more holistic homes.

Thanks for the opportunity ATA!

Check it out: www.shop.ata.org.au/shop/sanctuary-issue-30

Paper wasps create their homes by 3D printing biodegradable waterproof material from chewed up wood and saliva.

Paper wasps create their homes by 3D printing biodegradable waterproof material from chewed up wood and saliva.

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