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Echinodesign: A New Model for Facilitating the Dissemination and Effectiveness of the Biomimetic Design Culture

verfasst von : Valentina Perricone, Carla Langella, Gabriele Pontillo, Roberta Angari

Erschienen in: Biomimetics, Biodesign and Bionics

Verlag: Springer Nature Switzerland

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Abstract

The chapter presents a novel approach to carry out biomimetic research and disseminate the culture of bio-inspired designs. It describes the results of an interdisciplinary project, named Echinodesign, i.e. a design-driven biological investigation aimed at understanding the characteristics, principles, and logic of echinoids as well as at facilitating the development of innovative inspired products and services. In particular, the echinoids are marine invertebrate organisms, commonly known as sea urchins, which have a long history as inspiring models for transferring bio-inspired solutions. Through a hybrid approach between biology, design, and engineering, these organisms with their unique functional features were re-interpreted and applied in different design fields, including furniture, biomedical, lighting, and sports. The resulting inspired design products were finally shown in a dedicated exhibition, proposed as a tool to disseminate and amplify the results of the biomimetic research.

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Metadaten
Titel
Echinodesign: A New Model for Facilitating the Dissemination and Effectiveness of the Biomimetic Design Culture
verfasst von
Valentina Perricone
Carla Langella
Gabriele Pontillo
Roberta Angari
Copyright-Jahr
2024
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-51311-4_4