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Fig. 056 BIOMIMICRY THEORETICAL MODEL FOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

ECOLOSYSTEM BASED DESIGN PROCESS

ECOSYSTEM PROCESS

CATEGORIZATION

FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATION/ ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTATION

FORM INNOVATIVE FORM

r Landscape Architecture DIRECT APPROACH: SPECIFIC MIMICKING

INDIRECT APPROACH: GENERAL MIMICKING

TYPE OF SPECIES, PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS, climatic zones <----> Relationship between species, size and form variations

IDENTIFICATION OF LANDSCAPE TYPE, types of users, size variations, form variations, relationship with users and organisms, climatic zones

HIERARCHY OF FUNCTIONS: primary, secondary, techniques physical characteristics <----> Mechanisms, Patterns, behavioural patterns, needs, communication, organization

USERS AND USER NEEDS, hierarchy of functions: primary, secondary functions, techniques, physical characteristics, mechanisms, user behaviour, patterns, needs, occupancy, communication

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MACRO AND MICRO <----> environment, physical characteristics, habitat, topography, macro and micro climate: wind, sun path, temperature, humidity, rainfall

MACRO AND MICRO ENVIRONMENT, physical characteristics, habitat topography, macro and micro climate: wind, sun path, temperature, humidity, rainfall

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DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS: lines, shape, texture, colour, patterns, geometric progression: module, unit to whole, scale and proportions

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS: lines, shape, texture, colour, patterns, geometric progression: module, unit to whole, scale and proportions

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Ecomimesis  

Biomimetic Design for Landscape Architecture

Ecomimesis  

Biomimetic Design for Landscape Architecture

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