From Nature to Design Studio: Analyzing Biomimicry-based Curricula in Architectural Education

Authors : Mona Hassan Soliman; Mamdouh Ahmed Farag; Fatima Ahmed Hosny

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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Conventional learning curricula in architectural education are not always conducive to promoting creativity, innovation, and sustainability, posing a problem for architectural students. The study explores the potential of integrated biomimicry-based curricula to enhance architectural students’ learning experience by investigating the principles of Biomimicry. The analytical study emphasizes the possibilities of integrating biomimetic curriculum programs in the architectural practice of architectural students to improve students’ learning efficiency. The methodology involves analyzing case studies that demonstrate these approaches’ effectiveness in enhancing architectural students’ learning experience. The results offer valuable insights and recommendations for using biomimicry in integrating effective curricula for architectural students, concluding that this integration can positively impact students’ learning outcomes.

Keywords : Biomimicry; architectural learning; curriculum design; education.


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