Applied Sstatistics - Principles and Examples by D. Cox, E. Snell

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These principles were applied to the design of the building – following the main wind direction – as well as the facade – distributing the air among the surface of the building as natural ventilation. Biomimetic 2003 - 2004 59 Leaf / Tree Agnieszka Grochowska, Peter Mitterer, Ewelina Wojtkowiak 60 Biomimetic 2003 - 2004 The project “Leaf Tree” concentrates on two key properties of foliage: Firstly, on the arrangement of leaves which allows for maximized light intake and, secondly, their microstructure which lends each leaf astounding structural performance.

These principles were applied to the design of the building – following the main wind direction – as well as the facade – distributing the air among the surface of the building as natural ventilation. Biomimetic 2003 - 2004 59 Leaf / Tree Agnieszka Grochowska, Peter Mitterer, Ewelina Wojtkowiak 60 Biomimetic 2003 - 2004 The project “Leaf Tree” concentrates on two key properties of foliage: Firstly, on the arrangement of leaves which allows for maximized light intake and, secondly, their microstructure which lends each leaf astounding structural performance.

The selective, but authentic, modelling of the organism’s system. 2. The proposition of technological or artificial equivalents – quasi-prosthesis. 3. The transfer of isolated aspects, models and principles of the organism’s system, extracted into the construction of a new architectural system that might at a later point function in the context of the project scenario. This analogical method relies on a very precise initial investigation of the respective biological models and principles. Quick metaphorical or superficial applications should be avoided.

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