Green technologies for the future: biomimetics in architecture | Barbara Widera | TEDxWSB

What nature and architecture have in common? Biomimetics – the imitation of elements of nature for the purpose of solving human problems is also used in architecture. How does it enhance buildings? Architect, designer and researcher, underwater archeologist. Author of the book “The process of developing relations with nature in contemporary architecture”. Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Wrocław University of Science and Technology in Poland. Courses and lectures: “Contemporary architecture”, “Aesthetics,” “Bioclimatic architecture”.

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