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Biomimicry Methodology

Attempt of gathering informations about Methods and Tools for applying Biomimicry Principles
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Thomas ROSSI

on 15 July 2014

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Transcript of Biomimicry Methodology

DESIGN
USING
BIOMIMICRY

CHALLENGE TO BIOLOGY
BIOLOGY TO DESIGN
Define
context
Identify
Function
Integrate
Life Principles
Discover
Natural
Model
Abstract
Biological
Strategies
Brainstorm
Bio-inspired
Ideas
Emulate
Design
Principles
Measure
Using L.P.
Discover
Natural
Model
Abstract
Biological
Strategies
Identify
Function
Define
Context
Brainstorm
Bio-inspired
Ideas
Integrate
L.P.
Emulate
Design
Principles
Measure
Using L.P.
Steps detailed on the workbook, pages 16-19
Steps detailed on the workbook, pages 11-13
Challenge to Biology - Tools
Biology to Design - Tools
Scoping
Discovering
Creating
Evaluating
Define context
System Thinking
Design Thinking
Socratic Discussion
Identify Function
Integrate L.P.
Life Principles Summary
Five To Thrive
Discover Natural Models
http://designengineeringlab.org/delabsite/publications/conferences/E2B_thesaurus.pdf
Abstract Biological Strategies
Brainstorming (Hybrid Method)
Brainstorm Bioinspired Ideas
Emulate Design Principles
Function Lens
Operating Condition Lens
Local Lens
Ecological Lens
Naturalist Lens
Engineering To Biology Thesaurus
Measure Using L.P.
Life Principles CheckList
Biomimicry Taxonomy
Biomimicry Taxonomy
Ask Nature
Define context
Identify Function
Integrate L.P.
Discover Natural Models
Abstract Biological Strategies
Brainstorm Bioinspired Ideas
Emulate Design Principles
Measure Using L.P.
Invite Designers
Biology To Engineering Thesaurus
http://designengineeringlab.org/delabsite/publications/conferences/E2B_Thesaurus_v2.pdf
Nature, Internet, Books
Invite Biologists
Biomimicry Taxonomy (Backwards ?)
System Thinking
Design Thinking
Brainstorming (Hybrid Method)
Life Principles Summary
Five To Thrive
Life Principles CheckList
Biomimicry Taxonomy
Ask Nature
Nature, Internet, Books
Function Lens
Operating Condition Lens
Local Lens
Ecological Lens
Naturalist Lens
In order to make sustainable design, you have to be equipped with tools which serve those three purposes :
suggesting specific ideas
setting priorities
keeping score
What is biomimicry good for ?
Biomimicry
creativity tools
diagnostic tools
metrics tools
generating design strategies
source of new ideas
meta-level measures
Creativity
Diagnose
The Toolbox for Sustainable Design
Biomimicry
Quantitative
Analytical
Tools

Checklist-based
Certifications

Life Cycle Assessments

Carbon footprint

Embodied water
LEED

EPEAT

EnergyStar

Craddle To Craddle
Which purposes my toolbox needs to serve ?
The two approaches of Biomimicry
Credits
(2-3-4) Zygote Quarterly n°3 - Biomimicry's place in green design (Jeremy Faludi)
(5-6-7) Biomimicry 3.8's Workbook
(6-7) Zygote Quarterly n°2 - Tools : The Engineering to Biology Thesaurus (Jacquelyn Nagel)
So biomimicry, as every tool, must be used among other complementary tools in order fulfill all the requirements for a good sustainable design.
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