Tag Archives: nature

Biomimicry or Biomimetics? — MCAD Sustainable Design Blog

[This post is modified from Bio-Inspired Buzzwords: Biomimicry and Biomimetics] I don’t think a week goes by without someone asking me about biomimicry. I’m happy to comply, as the principles and practices of biomimicry is so core to sustainable design (and so fun to talk about!). One question that arises often is: “What’s the difference […]

Biomimicry or Biomimetics? — MCAD Sustainable Design Blog

Ecological transition into a biocentric society

 

PORTUGUÊS – https://leonardoboff.org/2020/06/19/a-transicao-ecologica-para-uma-sociedade-biocentrada/

ESPAÑOL – http://www.servicioskoinonia.org/boff/articulo.php?num=993

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To understand the meaning of the coronavirus, we have to frame it in its proper context, not see it in isolation from the perspective of science and technique that are always necessary. The coronavirus comes from nature, against which human beings, particularly through global capitalism for centuries, have waged a systematic war against this nature and against the Earth.

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Design Harvesting with Full Grown

Full Grown Ltd grows trees into shapes. Initially concentrating on furniture production like chairs, tables.

It´s one of the design futures and connects many concepts like circular economy, sustainability, biomimetics.

How far are we from growing our environment and all the possible objects?

Bio Design Call for Exhibition

Book by William Myers

If you or someone in your network has a biodesign or bioart project they would like to present, please see the attached Open Call.
The deadline is 15 March and the exhibition opening will be at the end of August. Some funds are available for production.
Projects of biodesign and bioart are welcome, as are proposals for workshops, debates, or other programming to spur engagement.
Exhibition: Biodesign: From Inspiration to Integration
Venue: Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)
Dates: 24 August – 27 September, 2018
Please spread the word. The guidelines are available here.
We are also seeking a Curatorial Assistant to help develop the show, the paid post is described here.
By William Myers –  curator, writer, and teacher based in Amsterdam.

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