A model to interpret bio-inspired design and its impact on design curricula için kapak resmi
A model to interpret bio-inspired design and its impact on design curricula
Günaydın, Cansu, author.
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xiv, 112 leaves: color illustrarions, charts;+ 1 computer laser optical disc.
Inspirations from nature is widely used in the field of design. Rising concerns about the irreversible and hazardous effects of humankind, direct the developments in the field of design and technology once again to nature. Biomimicry is a term that connotes the life and imitation of nature and this imitation can be applied also in the context of design as in many areas of life. Nowadays, design has started to use not only the simulation of the shapes of nature but also the structural and systemic features of the nature. In the field of architecture, there is a rising interest towards buildings designed by bio-inspired processes together with the seek for sustainable solutions. Architecture schools which are following the advancements in contemporary built environment and building technologies started to include bio-inspired design courses into their curriculums. Within the scope of this thesis the prominent bio-inspired architectural products are examined in order to; (1) a categorization proposal is developed to read bioinspired design approaches, (2) the impact and the place of bio-inspired design approaches in leading architectural school’s curriculum.
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology:Architecture.

İzmir Institute of Technology:Architecture--Thesis (Master).
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Tez T002082 NA2542.36 .G97 2019

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