Biomimicry


Biomimicry

Biomimicry comes from the word bios, meaning of life and mimesis, meaning to imitate. Biomimicry imitated biological design’s processes and laws to solve human problems and emulating nature strategy and patterns to design products. It draws inspiration from the living world, nature diversity and learns from the basic set of values to understand the patterns and ideas. Biomimicry includes the deep ecological understanding that we are serving nature and not the other way around. Nature evolves in processes irrational and to mimic in detail that is not predictable is difficult. Therefore, Biomimicry is a design it’s rather human inventions based on the ideas of nature. See also Structural colourDeep Ecology and Bioinspiration in the Eco Fashion Dictionary.

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