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Nature Festival: Biomimicry Design Workshop

Nature Festival: Biomimicry Design Workshop

Date: Friday 14 October, 2022

Time: 12pm - 2pm

Location: Adelaide Botanic Garden. Meet at the Friends' Gate off Plane Tree Drive (B7 on the map)

Tickets: FREE

REGISTER HERE

Enjoy a guided walk through a 6 step process which can be helpful when using nature as a guide for your design concept.

This Nature Festival event is an introduction to the Biomimicry Design Process.

Australian Institute of Architects SA will walk with you through a 6 step process from the Biomimicry Institute Tool Box which can be helpful when using nature as a guide for your design concept, or when resolving a particular design challenge.

The Tool Box can be used to anchor your design process as a whole or as a general guide to integrate insights from biomimicry into another design methodology.

You will work through the steps of the Biomimicry Design Spiral sequentially, but the reality of the design process is that it is non linear and iterative – just like a spiral, always circling back.

Bring along your picnic lunch and rug, and preferred design tools – pens, paper, pencil, or device - for a lunchtime workshop to practice a method for generating inspiring design solutions grounded in nature.

Australian Institute of Architecture - SA Chapter
This peak body for Architecture represents over 12,500 members globally, committed to raising design standards and positively shaping the places where we live, work and meet. Along with their members, they are dedicated to improving our built environment and the communities we call home by promoting quality, responsible, sustainable design and advocating on behalf of the profession for the benefit of all Australians.

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