Biomimicry and Biophilic Design: Multiple Architectural Precepts
Bujar Q. Bajçinovci
Affiliation: University of Prishtina, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kosovo.
Keywords: Biomimicry, Biophilic Design, Architecture, Evolutive, Kosovo.
Categories: Visual Arts, Architecture and Design
Biophilia is the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living organisms. Biophilia, like other patterns of complex behavior, is likely to be mediated by rules of prepared and counter prepared learning. The significance of biophilia in human biology is potentially profound, even if it exists solely as weak learning rules. It is relevant to our thinking about nature, about the landscape, the arts. The biophilic design is not only the aesthetic perception, but those experiences may also be indicative of mental calmness and indirectly influence spiritually. The biophilic design focuses on human adaptations to the natural world. Featuring the natural organic structure, which transforms the perception and understanding of architectural buildings from exceptional one, into an honest and natural blend architecture, respectively, architectural biophilic design emphasizes the ‘genius loci’ an emotional attachment to particular settings and places. Cover Photo. Santorini Village of Oia 2, Greece