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Studio Bijan H Envisions Using Botanical Hybridization Techniques to Create a Plant Supported Structure
Posted By Y. Van On June 27, 2012 @ 12:40 pm In Architecture,biomimicry,Design,Reader Submitted Content,Treehouses | No Comments
Being Nature  by Studio Bijan H  envisions a nearsighted biotechnological future, which proposes the wielding of specific plants for the growth and re-articulation of architectural elements. The vivarium apartment dwelling seen above is located squarely in midst of Williamsburg, Brooklyn . The proposed design features architecture that is not built, but grown using botanical hybridization techniques. The concept explores the how plants and nature can give way to a cohesive, working, and healthy and sustainable structure.
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