cyclical architecture

Responsive architecture is not comprised only from incorporation of micro-organisms within the fabric of a building, it also implies development of nature inclusive ideas that are less wasteful and more energy efficient.

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Bio materials

One direction towards responsive architecture gravitates towards is the creation of new materials that would help create a more sustainable urban fabric. Some of these materials could be considered biomimetic...

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Responsive architecture

Through responsive architecture, we let nature enhance our urban environment and create a natural and balanced living scenario with properties such as water filtration, air filtration and energy generation.

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Plants in the city

One might argue that in some cases, the trees and other plants would act purely as an aesthetic layer onto an environmentally inefficient and costly project, however there will be exceptions to this case...

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Use of nature elements

One interesting and challenging way of thinking of buildings would be as living entities. Incorporating functions such as air filtration, rain harvesting and other, through smartly designed facades...

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Mimicking a design from the nature

Only by mimicking the shape from nature is not enough for the structure to be considered biomimicry. It needs to perform...

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