Andrew Santa Lucia
Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Architecture and University Honors
biomimicry, systems theory, material science, applied ethics, ecology
This publication traces effects of systems theory and assemblage thinking on American architecture and design since the 1960's in relation to contemporary ecological thought and biological discoveries. Building upon these observations, the author concludes that biomimicry belongs at the forefront of contemporary theory and praxis in architecture and design.
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Hanf, Chloe, "How Can Biomimicry Inform a Sustainable, Ethical Future in Architecture and Design?" (2022). University Honors Theses. Paper 1188.
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