How biomimicry is inspiring regenerative building design

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How biomimicry is inspiring regenerative building design

About the speaker
  • Farid Mohamed
    Farid Mohamed
    Biomimic and Project Manager at Biomimicry 3.8
    Farid has over 15 years of technical consulting experience in the oil and gas industry, working across the world. With a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Geosciences, he is intrigued by the complexity and power of nature in regulating environments, and this passion has translated to his current role as a biomimic and project manager at Biomimicry 3.8.

Key takeaways

Recent innovations in building design have been inspired by nature's ingenuity, whether from the structure of termite mounds or the fabric of tree canopies.

Biomimicry can aid in regenerative building design, which goes further than mitigating the environmental impact of buildings by seeking to heal the damage humans have done.

Regenerative building design is not just about engaging with nature and healing the physical environment, but also driving local support with any construction project.