Archive for "Architecture"

Posted on September 13th, 1999 | in Architecture


Introduction The modeling process in bio-architecture includes the systematic investigation of natural forms and analysis of their geometrical basics. In this process we usually discover an incredible precision, with which nature makes the calculations of an ideal geometry, though sometimes it is hidden from us and difficult to distinguish. But through conscious study, great sense […]

Posted on September 9th, 1999 | in Architecture

Nature, Geometry and Architecture

In this report, I would like to mention some facts which explain the importance of architecture in our lives, its influence in our sensory system and subsequent in our activities. But most important, how the degree of this influence can be determined by the real connection between architecture and nature.

Posted on August 10th, 1999 | in Architecture

Technology of the future with lessons from nature

During millions of years of continual evolution, nature has perfected solutions to many of the questions posed by contemporary engineers and architects. But perhaps now, the most intriguing question is how can the integration of bionic findings be transformed into practice? The easiest way may be thought to be the direct imitation of nature, but […]

Posted on July 20th, 1999 | in Architecture

Models for Architecture

Throughout the ages, designers and architects have searched for means to assist them in the process of creation of new harmonious forms. In this way composition rules like classicism were established for architectural objects of rectangular kind. But for those objects, which remind us of organic forms, a common criterion of their characteristics has still […]