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Research Structure
1.Contemporary Global Issues and The Biotechnology Revolution
Research Objectives
BNA
Maged Elsamny
Biological NanoArchitecture (BNA)
Advanced Technologies in Architecture
Why ?
Healthy
What?
Biological NanoArchitecture is the twenty-first century architecture where biological nanotechnology were used to build natural spaces the same way nature does, from the nano up to the macro scale.
The built spaces should be part of the nature’s biological system, interactive, and adaptable, with a positive effect on the health of its occupants while enriching the ecosystem of the planet by consuming zero resources.
Green
Innovative
How?
Apply
Investigate
Adapt
a.Better healthy living
b.Clean environment
c.New architectural species
2.Biological NanoArchitecture
3.Synthetic Biological Systems
Contemporary Global Issues & the Biotechnology Revolution
Biological NanoArchitecture
Synthetic Biology Systems (SBS)
Urban Sprawling
Global Financial Crisis
Spread of Diseases
UNDESA Population Division. World Population Prospects: The 2008 Revision
Overpopulation
www.lifestraw.com.au/Editor/assets/sars_disease.jpg Accessed April 22, 2013
WMO. The Global Climate 2001-2010
Climate Change
UN-HABITAT State of the World's cities 2008/2009
CIA World Fact Book. www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ Accessed April 28, 2013
www.sites.duke.edu/tlge/files/2010/02/google_earth_nyc_801.jpg. Accessed November 5, 2013
CO2 Information Analysis Center, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, United States.
www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Modern_Beijing_Traffic.jpg Accessed 15 January 2012
www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/health/medicine-and-research/air-pollution-ups-diabetes-hypertension-risk-in-africanamerican-women/article2782321.ece Accessed November 7, 2013.
Global Issues: The Causes
Mechanical Paradigm
Green Thinking and the Organic Paradigm
General Conclusion
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdelall Ibrahim
Dr. Zeyad El Sayad

Global Issues: The effect/Reality
Serge Melki. Wikimedia. www.commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Institut_du_Monde_Arabe_-_Mousharabieh_(3388325271).jpg. Accessed November 9, 2013.
Image Source: www.inspiringarchitecture.blogspot.com/2010/11/arab-world-institute-paris.html. Accessed November 9, 2013.
Institut du Monde Arabe. Jean Nouvel. 1987.
Multidisciplinary Technologies
Liang Zong and Yan Liang. www.phys.org/news/2013-02-cell-circuits-history-synthetic-biology.html
Accessed 18 February 2013
Bryn C. Wikipedia. wwww.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:C60a.png. Accessed November 8, 2013.
www.metaversed.com/wp-content/uploads/Virtual-Reality.jpg Accessed April 20, 2013
Photograph taken on 14 January 2005. Image Source: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guggenheim_Museum_Bilbao Accessed: 29 January 2012
Empire State
1931»» Gold LEED 2011
Image Source: www.inspiringarchitecture.blogspot.com/2010/11/arab-world-institute-paris.html. Accessed November 9, 2013.
Image Source: http://bit.ly/ZKVHcZ. Accessed May 6, 2013
Source: www.inhabitat.com/amazing-green-roof-art-school-in-singapore
Accessed: 29 September 2012
Image Source: www.inhabitat.com/editt-tower-by-trhamzah-and-yeang/ Accessed November 3, 2013
All this is merely the lipstick that graces the gorilla's lips. Buildings still are mostly dumb, inert, blobs of material that act as biological obstacles.
Neil Spiller
Dean, School of Architecture, Design & Construction at the University of Greenwich, Professor of Architecture and Digital Theory, Founding Director of the Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research Group (AVATAR) and a practicing architect.
THANK YOU!
Image by Vitaly Sobchenko Architect. www.vitalysobchenko.blogspot.com Accessed May 1, 2011.
Arthur Azoulai and Melody Rees. www.evolo.us/architecture/architecture-designed-to-simulate-self-organizing-biological-systems/ Accessed January 10, 2013.
www.ideasinspiringinnovation.wordpress.com/2010/01/15/nature-inspired-innovation-rail-transportation Accessed 12 February 2013.
Jelte van Abbema. www.dezeen.com/2009/10/27/symbiosis-by-jelte-van-abbema/ Accessed June 10, 2013.
Jelte van Abbema. www.dezeen.com/2009/10/27/symbiosis-by-jelte-van-abbema/ Accessed June 10, 2013.
John Johansen. Nanoarchitecture: New Architectural Species.
Image Source: William Myers. Bio Design: Nature Science Creativity. 2012
www.designfutureslab.com/synthetic-biology.html. Accessed November 10, 2013
www.designfutureslab.com/synthetic-biology.html. Accessed November 10, 2013
www.designfutureslab.com/synthetic-biology.html. Accessed November 10, 2013
www.metropolismag.com/story/20100512/the-better-brick-2010-next-generation-winner. Accessed July 10, 2013
www.metropolismag.com/story/20100512/the-better-brick-2010-next-generation-winner. Accessed July 10, 2013
Image Source: William Myers. Bio Design: Nature Science Creativity. 2012
www.holcimfoundation.org/T1337/A11EUng3ES.htm. Accessed April 29, 2013
The Concept
The Materials
BioDesign
www.inhabitat.com/building-modelled-on-termites-eastgate-centre-in-zimbabwe/eastgatew_mound1jpg/ Accessed 12 February 2013.
The Technology
Images credits: Ralph Zoontjens. www.createyourcosmos.blogspot.com/2011/09/biological-architecture.html. Accessed October 23, 2012
Images credits: Ralph Zoontjens. www.createyourcosmos.blogspot.com/2011/09/biological-architecture.html. Accessed October 23, 2012
Images credits: Ralph Zoontjens. www.createyourcosmos.blogspot.com/2011/09/biological-architecture.html. Accessed October 23, 2012
Images credits: Ralph Zoontjens. www.createyourcosmos.blogspot.com/2011/09/biological-architecture.html. Accessed October 23, 2012
www.inhabitat.com/new-submission-30/ Accessed November 15, 2013
Living Cities
Living Buildings
Bionano materials
Genetic Architecture
Quietening
Immersing into nature..
we are part of the food chain
Listening
Interview nature..
study flora, and fauna
Echoing
Multidiscipline..
biologists + engineers
Stewarding
Preserve..
stop environmental degradation
The 4 steps towards a Biomimetics Future
Bio/Nano/Programmable matter
Project Cyborg
4D Printing - Skylar Tibbits/MIT
new materials
virtual reality
nanotech
advanced biotech
Nanyang Technological University building
CPG Consultants
2010
Musée du Quai Branly
Jean Nouvel
2005
EDITT Tower
TR Hamzah & Yeang
1998-?
Shopping mall
Vitaly Sobchenko
Self-organizing Biological Systems
Arthur Azoulai & Melody Rees
shinkansen
kingfisher bird
eastgate centre
Mick Pearce
1996

Hydrogenase
Vincent Callebaut
PhotoBioReactor Sculpture
Charles Lee
Hoover dam
Yheu-Shen Chua
Hydra
Yheu-Shen Chua
microbial flooring surface
Tashia Tucker
microbial flooring surface
Tashia Tucker
living skin: wall surface
Tashia Tucker
bioengineered brick
Ginger Dosier
BioConcrete
TU/e
bioluminescent devices
Eduardo Mayoral
nanobots
programmable matter
AutoDesk
post construction
Prokofyev – ArchiGroup
genetic architecture
3GATTI
www.nextnature.net/2006/10/park-buildings/ Accessed June 12, 2011
seoul commune
Mass Studies
2026
www.3gatti.com/#1118. Accessed May 10, 2012
www.prokofyev-archigroup.com/project/SkyPlant/SkyPlant.html Accessed January 2, 2013
www.prokofyev-archigroup.com/project/SkyPlant/SkyPlant.html Accessed January 2, 2013
www.prokofyev-archigroup.com/project/SkyPlant/SkyPlant.html Accessed January 2, 2013
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ow5TgVTTUdY. Accessed November 20, 2013
www.autodeskresearch.com/groups/nano. Accessed November 20, 2013
geotube’s self building façade
Faulders Studio
fab tree hab
Mitchell Joachim
sand dunes
Magnus Larsson
Image Source: William Myers. Bio Design: Nature Science Creativity. 2012
Image Source: William Myers. Bio Design: Nature Science Creativity. 2012
Image Source: William Myers. Bio Design: Nature Science Creativity. 2012
Image credits: Mitchell Joachim. www.archinode.com/fab-tree-hab-7.html Accessed April 29, 2013.
Image credits: Mitchell Joachim. www.archinode.com/fab-tree-hab-7.html Accessed April 29, 2013
Image credits: Mitchell Joachim. www.archinode.com/fab-tree-hab-7.html Accessed April 29, 2013
Image credits: Mitchell Joachim. www.archinode.com/fab-tree-hab-7.html Accessed April 29, 2013
Image credits: Faulders Studio. www.faulders-studio.com/GEOTUBE-TOWER Accessed January 12, 2012
Image credits: Faulders Studio. www.faulders-studio.com/GEOTUBE-TOWER Accessed January 12, 2012
Image credits: Faulders Studio. www.faulders-studio.com/GEOTUBE-TOWER Accessed January 12, 2012
Image credits: Tech STICKS.S. from T E C T O N I C A
Images by HWKN. www.hwkn.com/METREEPOLIS . Accessed March 10, 2013
Images by HWKN. www.hwkn.com/METREEPOLIS . Accessed March 10, 2013
biocity
Mikhail Kudryashov & Simon Rastorguev
mangal city
Chimera team
metreepolis
Matthias Hollwich
Image credits: Chimera. www.inhabitat.com/spiraling-skyscraper-pod-city-for-a-future-london. Accessed January 3, 2012.
Image credits: Chimera. www.inhabitat.com/spiraling-skyscraper-pod-city-for-a-future-london. Accessed January 3, 2012.
Image credits: Chimera. www.inhabitat.com/spiraling-skyscraper-pod-city-for-a-future-london. Accessed January 3, 2012.
Image by Mikhail Kudryashov & Simon Rastorguev: www.x-4.narod.ru/bio Accessed January 10, 2011
Image by Mikhail Kudryashov & Simon Rastorguev: www.x-4.narod.ru/bio Accessed January 10, 2011
Image by Mikhail Kudryashov & Simon Rastorguev: www.x-4.narod.ru/bio Accessed January 10, 2011
YES
NO
Are You Familiar with Biological NanoArchitecture (BNA)?
Would you like to live in a house made of biological materials that can breathe, respond to your movement, and probably talk to you?
creepy!
peace of mind
In your opinion, select which of the following is a global problem that can be addressed with technology?
How to integrate advanced technologies in our buildings in Egypt?
Education Reform
Build New Research Labs
Improve urban planning & build new cities
Improve Infrastructure
Architecture awareness
Buildings operation, and management
Change building codes and regulations
2002/2003: SARS - 775 death (8,000+ cases)
2010: H1n1 - 17,000 in the USA, 145-224 Egypt
$550 million renovations

38% energy use
$4.4 million in energy costs annually
35,000 metric tonnes carbon emissions annually
=
Alexandria University
Architectural Engineering Department
The 20th century technologies must be replaced with green technologies in order to sustain a healthy life on the planet.

To design biologically, buildings will have to perform like living organisms, in another meaning, buildings will not be static anymore, however they will become alive, dynamic, and self-operated according to the materials properties, and the genetic program assigned to it.

The architect profession will also change to include multidisciplinary know-how of material structure and biological systems.

Architects will have to design "living buildings" and add “life” to buildings, and provide the blueprints of the form of the building when affected by several factors, like time, weather, adaptive reuse, and “death.”
www.cargocollective.com/paulpreissner/Protocell-Concept-Tower Accessed November 10, 2013
www.cargocollective.com/paulpreissner/Protocell-Concept-Tower Accessed November 10, 2013
Rachel Armstrong. Protocell Architecture - Architecture Design Magazine.
Rachel Armstrong. Protocell Architecture - Architecture Design Magazine.
Drawings by Christian Kerrigan. Living Technology for Sustainable Cities by Rachel Stewart.
Drawings by Christian Kerrigan. Living Technology for Sustainable Cities by Rachel Stewart.
Synthetic Biology. www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD5uNAMbDaQ. Accessed November 10, 2013
Surfaces that use "hacked" bacteria to detect dirt or clean themselves. www.vimeo.com/79308002. Accessed November 11, 2013
www.2012.biomimicrydesignchallenge.com/gallery/entry/64. Accessed November 10, 2013.
Dromedarily Sustainable
GUC, Egypt. 2012
d. Capacity building for Egyptian architects
Alexandra Daisy
Growth Assembly
LEED
BREEAM
Green Pyramid
World Bank Atlas of Global Development
www.openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/13089. Accessed May 20, 2013
Do you think architecture students should study other subjects?
Material Science
Chemistry
Biology
Business Administration
67% of world population will live in cities by 2050
Biomimicry - Janine Benuys
MSc of Architecture 2008
B.Sc of Architecture 2005
Maged Elsamny - protocells. August 2013
Maged Elsamny - protocells. August 2013
DIY Protocells
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