Bionic architecture

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Bionic architecture is a movement for the design and construction of expressive buildings whose layout and lines borrow from natural (i.e. biological) forms. The movement began to mature in the early 21st century, and thus in early designs research was stressed over practicality. One of the tasks set themselves by the movement's early pioneers was the development of aesthetic and economic justifications for their approach to architecture.

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Architects of Bionic architecture

External links

  • Borovoye-Biocity - megaproject for Kazakhstan, nmaxu Architects, 2008
  • Bionic Tower — E.C.E. Architectures project
  • Bionic architecture — Y.S. Lebedev — M.: Stroiizdat, 1990. — 269 p.
  • BioCity — architectural project of Bionic city — S. Rastorguev, M. Kudryashov, 2002
  • [1]- bionic architects, Bogotá bioclimatic analysis, 2009
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