Completed in 2016 in Surabaya, Indonesia. Images by Mansyur Hasan. This boarding house, located in Surabaya, Indonesia, is designed by Andyrahman Architect based on contemporary issues that have been thriving in the...

Bioclimatic and Biophilic Boarding House / Andyrahman Architect

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Organotex is a biodegradable, fluorocarbon-free fabric treatment that mimics a plant's ability to repel moisture.

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Organotex is a biodegradable, fluorocarbon-free fabric treatment that mimics a plant's ability to repel moisture.

Sloth symbiosis can bioinspire energy efficiency and human industrial ecosystem design. Biomimicry is another great idea, like a baby sloth in a bucket!

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Italian designer Arturo Vittori has designed a revolutionary new structure, the WarkaWater Tower,  to collect clean water by using condensation.

Brilliant WarkaWater Towers Collect Drinking Water from Thin Air in Ethiopia

Italian designer Arturo Vittori has designed a revolutionary new structure, the WarkaWater Tower, to collect clean water by using condensation.

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Seeing the Building for the Trees by Sarah Williams Goldhagen

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Researchers discover massive new carbon sink that stores GHG emissions

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