Three things to know about nature’s influence on architecture

1. Biomimicry

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2. Organic Shapes

Organic Shapes: In contemporary architecture, there is a notable trend among architects to incorporate organic shapes, this approach adds a sense of harmony and connection to the surrounding environment. One example that exemplifies this concept is Antoni Gaudi’s famous Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. This pays homage to the intricate branching structures of trees. By seamlessly integrating these organic shapes into the design, Gaudi successfully creates a visually captivating space. 

3. Aesthetics & Colour

Aesthetics and Colour: The colours and aesthetics of nature are often incorporated into design, creating spaces that are visually appealing and evoke a sense of tranquillity or energy. One example is the Fallingwater residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This iconic architectural masterpiece seamlessly integrates with its natural surroundings using natural stone, wood, and a colour palette inspired by the lush forest landscape. 

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