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Social biomimicry or is it more biomimicry for planning?

What we can learn from nature for our cities to be a divers, healthy, pleasureable place to live and work.

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Pres living city

  1. 1. Living City Douwe Jan JoustraOne Planet Architecture Institute (OPAi)
  2. 2. C2C COURAGE TO CREATEOne Planet Architecture institute
  3. 3. Ten principles: resilience stability through diversitydevelopment incubator: evolution circular sun
  4. 4. Ten principles:connectivity (symbiosis) action - reaction entropy adaptive interdependence
  5. 5. kingfisher form
  6. 6. Shinkansen
  7. 7. Tardigrade (Water Bear) proces Anhydrobiosis
  8. 8. biomatrica Anhydrobiosis
  9. 9. system
  10. 10. Kalundborgindustrial symbiosis
  11. 11. Kalundborgindustrial symbiosis
  12. 12. ten (10)1,2,3 Form
  13. 13. (1)shapes in naturefootballbreaking power
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15. (1) shapes in nature
  16. 16. SmartEfficientflexible strength(1) form of the city?
  17. 17. EFFICIENT STRUCTURES - The Eden ProjectFactor 100 savingsMATERIALSHAPE
  18. 18. 18
  19. 19. (2) Formstrongefficientflexible
  20. 20. strong efficient floatingVictoria Amazonica
  21. 21. ?
  22. 22. (3) does it control air flowbetter than our structures?
  23. 23. ten (10)4,5,6,7 proces
  24. 24. Biomass and the sun(4) ProcessBiomass production is:- no diversity- high input- high output- high risks
  25. 25. (5) Process- mobile home- good architecture- resourcemanagement by walking around
  26. 26. Who’s the smart guy?27
  27. 27. (5) ENERGYLeaves of plants maximize exposure to sun to maximizephotosynthesis by moving throughout the day.Leaves remove pollutionsource: http://www.asknature.org/strategy/48ca5bafeeb8e8e88f2a55a09d49eedd
  28. 28. (5) ENERGY EFFICIENCYPhotosynthesis in plants creates energy from sunlightthey absorb almost 100% of the sunlight reaching themsource: http://www.asknature.org/strategy/48ca5bafeeb8e8e88f2a55a09d49eedd
  29. 29. (6) HEATING AND COOLINGMounds of compass termites provide heating and cooling atappropriate times of day thanks to orientation with respect to thesun.source:http://asknature.org/strategy/0b6de7e76091446430d275b2c52473dd
  30. 30. wind lose heat if closed, use heat again coldest part due to evaporation of wet mud cellar shafts use mud to builtwater table
  31. 31. Eastgate building, Harare
  32. 32. (6) Kangaroo ratscarce waterpredatorshigh temperature fluctuation
  33. 33. (7) flotation devicesturbulent water resistant
  34. 34. (7) flotation devices
  35. 35. FLEXIBILITYWalking palm tree:CashaponaCan walk about 1 metereach year
  36. 36. ten (10)8,9 & 10 ecosysteem
  37. 37. (8) diversity and stabilityFarming one specie on all of the landscape
  38. 38. (8) diversity and stabilitydiversity in crops diversity in environment
  39. 39. (8) diversity and stability
  40. 40. (9) connections / bordersNamibian fog basking beetle
  41. 41. (9) hard border
  42. 42. (9) slow borders
  43. 43. (10)circular, circular, circular
  44. 44. (10) circular (nutrients)
  45. 45. (10) circular (economy)
  46. 46. Learning by nature: circular economy performance product service product technical nutrients performance cycle usage cyle performance userawmaterials re-use performance concept
  47. 47. Learning by nature: circular economy performance service product productie performance resources based use use performanceresources re-cycle performance concept
  48. 48. Learning by nature: circular economy performance service product productie performance resources based use use performanceresources re-cycle performance concept
  49. 49. Learning by nature: circular economy performance service product productie performance resources based use use performanceresources re-cycle performance concept
  50. 50. just because
  51. 51. lookout mountain tipping points survival of the fittest on the monkey-rock non-lineair relations circularity nutrients time is on the side of the city
  52. 52. patterns
  53. 53. patterns
  54. 54. patternsenergy from the sun
  55. 55. patternsenergy from the sun
  56. 56. patternsenergy from the sun nutrients forever
  57. 57. patternsenergy from the sun nutrients forever
  58. 58. patterns energy from the sun nutrients foreverdiversity gives stability
  59. 59. patterns energy from the sun nutrients foreverdiversity gives stability
  60. 60. patterns energy from the sun nutrients foreverdiversity gives stability connective borders
  61. 61. patterns energy from the sun nutrients foreverdiversity gives stability connective borders
  62. 62. patterns energy from the sun nutrients foreverdiversity gives stability connective borders intuitive planning
  63. 63. Janine Benyus
  64. 64. Janine Benyus
  65. 65. Janine Benyus
  66. 66. Janine Benyus"We need cities to perform like ecosystems, not just look like them."
  67. 67. Janine Benyus"We need cities to perform like ecosystems, not just look like them."
  68. 68. Janine Benyus"We need cities to perform like ecosystems, not just look like them."
  69. 69. asking
  70. 70. asking
  71. 71. asking
  72. 72. askingask the right question
  73. 73. askingask the right question
  74. 74. askingask the right question and
  75. 75. askingask the right question and
  76. 76. asking ask the right question and"You cant tell me that it cant be done."
  77. 77. asking ask the right question and"You cant tell me that it cant be done." (Ray Anderson, InterfaceFlor)
  78. 78. the challenge
  79. 79. the challenge
  80. 80. the challenge
  81. 81. the challenge Biomimicry is not
  82. 82. the challenge Biomimicry is nota product category or a durable solution.
  83. 83. the challenge Biomimicry is nota product category or a durable solution.
  84. 84. the challenge Biomimicry is nota product category or a durable solution.
  85. 85. the challenge Biomimicry is nota product category or a durable solution. Its a durable way of finding solutions.

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