- Biomimicry is using what exists in nature to build and design areas for human beings.
- Architecture firm B+H is using biomimicry for its physical designs.
- “In recent years, we have often focused on our own man-made advancements and ignored the lessons to be learned from the world around us. This is a strategy that has rendered us collectively short-sighted. Perhaps it’s time we embrace new models, and a new mentor, in nature,” said Jamie Miller, the director of biomimicry for the firm.