Architecture, biology and ‘Cellular Transformations’

Architecture inspired by biology is not a new concept. But typically, “architecture has imitated the imagery of biology and nature without awareness of the underlying mechanisms,” argue Ram Dixit and Sung Ho Kim in “Cellular Transformations: Between Architecture and Biology.”

Architecture, biology and ‘Cellular Transformations’
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