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by Paola Antonelli,William Myers

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  • ISBN 0870708449
  • ISBN13 978-0870708442
  • Language English
  • Author Paola Antonelli,William Myers
  • Publisher The Museum of Modern Art, New York (December 31, 2012)
  • Pages 288
  • Formats rtf mbr docx lit
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Architecture
  • Size ePub 1212 kb
  • Size Fb2 1154 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 178

For centuries, designers and artists have looked to nature for inspiration and materials, but only recently have they developed the ability to alter and incorporate living organisms or tissues into their work. This startling development, at the intersection of biology and design has created new aesthetic possibilities and helps address a growing urgency to build and manufacture ecologically. Bio Design surveys recent design and art projects that harness living materials and processes, presenting bio-integrated approaches to achieving sustainability, innovations enabled by biotechnology, and provocative experiments that deliberately illustrate the dangers and opportunities in manipulating life for human ends. As the first publication to focus on this new phenomenon and closely examine how it fits into the history of architecture, art and industrial design, this volume surveys this shift and contextualizes it through comparisons to previous historic transitions in art and design practices, clarifying its implications for the future. A reference for students and teachers of art, architecture, industrial design and engineering, Bio Design will also introduce the subject to a broad audience.

William myers and paola antonelli.

William myers and paola antonelli. Biodesign: The Process of Innovating Medical r.  -Smithsonian Magazine Myers is a deft, often-thoughtful guide. He has an unobtrusive writing style that eschews the 'gee whiz!' response that bleeding-edge design typically inspires. The Architect's Newspaper.

Biodesign: Nature + Science + Creativity by William Myers is a book published by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and Thames & Hudson worldwide. Overview: Biodesign is the next step beyond biology-inspired approaches to design and fabrication.

Bio+Design%3A+Nature+++Scie. has been added to your Cart. Bringing together work by artists, designers and scientists from around the world, this excellent book delves deep into the integration of the natural world in design projects as far flung as renewable, biodegradable fashion; towers and bridges formed from live trees; and ad campaigns grown from a humble petri dish.

by William Myers (Author), Paola Antonelli (Foreword). William Myers is a writer, curator and teacher based in Amsterdam. He has worked for The Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Guggenheim and Genspace, the first community biotech lab in the United States. His writing has appeared in Metropolis magazine, The Architect's Newspaper and New York Magazine.

Innovation Through Biodesign: William Myers at TEDxGroningen - Продолжительность: 14:32 TEDx Talks . Bio Art: Pushing the Boundaries of Art and Science - Продолжительность: 3:02 UWcas Recommended for you.

Innovation Through Biodesign: William Myers at TEDxGroningen - Продолжительность: 14:32 TEDx Talks Recommended for you. 14:32. 8 Useful Technologies Inspired by Nature - Продолжительность: 8:47 SciShow Recommended for you. 8:47. A Peek at the Possibilities of Biodesign - Продолжительность: 4:09 SciFri Recommended for you. 4:09. 3:02. Nat Geo Wild: Смертоносная Африка.

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oceedings{Myers2012BioDN, title {Bio Design: Nature + Science + Creativity}, author {William Myers and Paola Antonelli}, year {2012} . Each project is illustrated by a short text, images and captions that combine to explain the problems the venture tackles, and how living materials and processes were harnessed to solve them in sustainable and aesthetically pleasing ways. Designers and artists have always looked to natur. ONTINUE READING.

Bio Design: Nature, Science, Creativity by William Myers. BioDesign - Nature Science Creativity 2012 book (Museum of Modern Art). Designers and artists have always looked to nature for inspiration and materials, but only recently have they been able to alter and incorporate living organisms in their work. MoMA NY is studying Bio Design. The Museum of Modern Art presents a new work about Bio Design. Very interesting if you like this mix between art and nature. Biodesign highlights 57 newly developed materials and applications that utilize biology for design, art and architecture.

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This book is a large compendium of recent bioengineering design projects or ideas: . At the back of the book are interviews with some of the involved in certain projects.

Nature, Science, Creativity. Серия: "-" Bioluminescent algae, symbiotic aquariums, self-healing concrete, clavicle wind instruments and structures made from living trees - biology applied outside the lab has never been so intriguing, or so beautiful.

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Envias
Bringing together work by artists, designers and scientists from around the world, this excellent book delves deep into the integration of the natural world in design projects as far flung as renewable, biodegradable fashion; towers and bridges formed from live trees; and ad campaigns grown from a humble petri dish. There's a lot to think about here: the artists and designers featured in this book make an excellent case for why we can never divorce ourselves from the living, breathing natural world and why the future of our planet depends on innovative, biological solutions to the world's most pressing design problems.
Kearanny
Beautiful layout. Plenty of inspiration. I did read somewhere that the book shipped with a CD- my copy did not.
Morad
excellent, informative, beautifully laid out, and very forward looking. Definitely worth getting if you are interested in the current state of the intersection of art + biology
Dusho
Great idea, design from the supreme creator, Nature. Very high quality, very well put together, and beautiful pictures. My kids love it.
ndup
Beautifully depicted and organized! Stretches the imagination and brings hope for a green future. Especially fond of Seattle artist Allison Kudla's work on page 222. How fitting that the power of this artist's work and credentials (U Washington PhD in DXArts) was recognized by the scientists at the Institute for Systems Biology where she now works.Bio Design
Gaua
Fascinating read and lavishly illustrated. It's an excellent introduction to the topic and just a beautiful book to look at.
Binar
speedy delivery. everything as expected
Bio Design is an optimistic look at the future of design; no longer just tasked with creating objects, designers will harness their skills and technology to bring us back to nature, healing our planet in the process. Author William Myers highlights a vast number of recent art and design projects that will leave you feeling energized and hopeful.

The book is broken into five sections, making for a digestible read. Though mostly focused on architecture and design, one of the sections, Dynamic Beauty, highlights the burgeoning relationship between artists, technology and nature. The artworks range from blissful (delicate terrarium sculptures) to completely macabre (think, leaches). The images are fantastical, and might make you want to break the bank to visit some of the pictured locations in person--the Cattedrale Vegetale and the Baubotanik Tower are now on my bucket list.

What I like most about Bio Design is that it is a serious, thorough endeavor that manages to bring out the kid in the reader. It makes you want to get your hands dirty, play with bugs, and get lost in the woods. Above all, Myers gives hope that humans can realign themselves with nature, reforging a connection that very well might save the world.