What is the architect doing in the jungle? Biornametics. : Architecture defined by natural patterns (Edition Angewandte) (2013. 98 S. w. 51 col. ill. 281 mm)

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What is the architect doing in the jungle? Biornametics. : Architecture defined by natural patterns (Edition Angewandte) (2013. 98 S. w. 51 col. ill. 281 mm)

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What is the architect doing in the jungle? How can architects and natural scientists immerge into a fruitful dialogue to generate new insights for cross-disciplinary innovation? The book contributes to the current discussion of arts-based research taking the example of the interdisciplinary research project BiornaMetics - architecture defined By natural Patterns. Biornametics is an emerging contemporary design practice that explores a new methodology to interconnect scientific evidence with creative design in the field of architecture. The word biornametics is generated from "ornament", referring to the famous Austrian architect adolf loos, and "biomimetics". it is concerned with the detection of the principles behind processes of emerging and dissolving patterns in animate and inanimate nature. reflections on the architectural direction of Biornametics, issues of arts and science collaboration, and the application of the methodology show a diverse world of thoughts and approaches to the theme.

Table of Contents

Preface Gerald Bast                                8 (4)
Explorative Practices
Introduction 12(2)
Barbara Imhof
Petra Gruber
Explorative Practices In Dialogue. 14(8)
Art-Based Research At The Interface Of
Arts, Sciences And Design
Jens Badura
Biornametics Research
Biornametics -- Architecture Inspired By 22(10)
Natural Patterns
Petra Gruber
Barbara Imhof
Project Facts 32(14)
Testing Biornametics -- Installation At 36(10)
The Sliver Gallery
Waltraut Hoheneder
Petra Gruber
Design Aspects
We Are Interested In Perfect Geometric 46(2)
Shapes
Georg Glaeser
We Look For Evolutionary Optimisation Of 48(2)
Structures
Arne Hofman
Nature Does Not Optimise -- Nature Changes 50(3)
Matias Del Campo
Sandra Manninger
Nature And Architecture -- What 53(1)
Architecture Can Do
Ernst J. Fuchs
Building Bio-Ornaments 54(8)
Julian Vincent
Trans-Disciplinary Aspects
You Have To Ensure There Are Paradigms 62(2)
Greg Lynn
How To Find A Biologist 64(2)
Herbert Stachelberger
The Challenges Of An Artist 66(2)
George Jerominidis
We Have To Establish A Common Language 68(2)
Llle C. Gebeshuber
On Communicating Process In Art-Science 70(4)
Collaborations
Dominika Glogowski
Rolemodels 74(20)
Biographies 94(4)
List Of Figures 98