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Year 2019, Volume 2, Issue 2, 44 - 76, 13.07.2019
https://doi.org/10.37246/grid.500310

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References

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De Stefano M., Auletta A., Langella C., (2010) Back to the Futuer, Visualization Challenge in Science, vol.327, no.5968, p. 948. De Tommasi, E., De Luca, A. C., Lavanga, L., Dardano, P., De Stefano, M., De Stefano, Langella, C., Rendina, I., Dholakia, K., & Mazilu, M. (2014). Biologically enabled sub-diffractive focusing. Optics express, 22(22), 27214-27227 ElMaraghy, H., & AlGeddawy, T. (2012). New dependency model and biological analogy for integrating product design for variety with market requirements. Journal of Engineering Design, 23(10-11), 722-745. Fayemi, P. E., Wanieck, K., Zollfrank, C., Maranzana, N., Aoussat, A. (2017). Biomimetics: process, tools and practice. Bioinspiration & biomimetics. Farrell, R., & Hooker, C. (2014). Values and norms between design and science. Design Issues, 30(3), 29-38. Fu, K., Moreno, D., Yang, M., & Wood, K. L. (2014). Bio-inspired design: an overview investigating open questions from the broader field of design-by-analogy. 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Biologically-inspired innovation in engineering design: a cognitive study. Georgia Institute of Technology. Vezzoli, C., Kohtala, C., Srinivasan, A., Xin, L., Fusakul, M., Sateesh, D., & Diehl, J. C. (2017). Product-service system design for sustainability. Routledge.

Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives

Year 2019, Volume 2, Issue 2, 44 - 76, 13.07.2019
https://doi.org/10.37246/grid.500310

Abstract

In the bio-technological era the boundary between the biological world and synthetic world is increasingly fading, as well as, the limit between different disciplines in the perspective of multidisciplinary and anti-disciplinary.

Conversely, the overcoming of barriers is not to be considered as a symptom of homogenization or loss of complexity, but rather, as a paradigm, in which new forms of connection and intersection between design and science are created. In this vision, hybrid products can be generated in which nature and artifice co-exist: a change of paradigm that deeply revises the concept of environmental sustainability. 

This paper aims to illustrate activities, methods and results of the Hybrid Design Lab-(HDL)- Department of the Campania University "Luigi Vanvitelli"- specifically dedicated to different forms of collaboration and intersection between design and bio-sciences, specifically aimed to environmental sustainability.

References

  • Antonelli, P. (2008) Design and the Elastic Mind, The Museum of Modern Art, New York Badarnah, L., & Kadri, U. (2015). A methodology for the generation of biomimetic design concepts. Architectural Science Review. doi.org/10.1080/00038628.2014.922458 Baumeister, D. (2014). Biomimicry resource handbook: A seed bank of best practices. Biomimicry 3.8. Botella, M., & Lubart, T. (2016). Creative processes: Art, design and science. In Multidisciplinary contributions to the science of creative thinking (pp. 53-65). Singapore, Springer. Chakrabarti, A., Sarkar, P., Leelavathamma, B., & Nataraju, B. S. (2005). A functional representation for aiding biomimetic and artificial inspiration of new ideas. Ai Edam, 19(2), 113-132. Chiu, I., & Shu, L. H. (2007). Biomimetic design through natural language analysis to facilitate cross-domain information retrieval. Ai Edam, 21(1), 45-59. De Stefano M., Auletta A., Langella C., (2010) Back to the Futuer, Visualization Challenge in Science, vol.327, no.5968, p. 948. De Tommasi, E., De Luca, A. C., Lavanga, L., Dardano, P., De Stefano, M., De Stefano, Langella, C., Rendina, I., Dholakia, K., & Mazilu, M. (2014). Biologically enabled sub-diffractive focusing. Optics express, 22(22), 27214-27227 ElMaraghy, H., & AlGeddawy, T. (2012). New dependency model and biological analogy for integrating product design for variety with market requirements. Journal of Engineering Design, 23(10-11), 722-745. Fayemi, P. E., Wanieck, K., Zollfrank, C., Maranzana, N., Aoussat, A. (2017). Biomimetics: process, tools and practice. Bioinspiration & biomimetics. Farrell, R., & Hooker, C. (2014). Values and norms between design and science. Design Issues, 30(3), 29-38. Fu, K., Moreno, D., Yang, M., & Wood, K. L. (2014). Bio-inspired design: an overview investigating open questions from the broader field of design-by-analogy. Journal of Mechanical Design, 136(11), 111102. Gebeshuber, I. C., Drack, M. (2008). An attempt to reveal synergies between biology and mechanical engineering. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science. Grima, J. N., & Evans, K. E. (2006) Auxetic behavior from rotating triangles. Journal of materials science, 41(10), 3193-3196. Gustafsson, E., Thomée, S., Grimby-Ekman, A., & Hagberg, M. (2017) Texting on mobile phones and musculoskeletal disorders in young adults: a five-year cohort study. Applied ergonomics, 58, 208-214. Helms, M. E., Vattam, S. S., Goel, A. K., Yen J. Weissburg, M. (2008). Problem-driven and solution-based design: twin processes of biologically inspired design. ISO/TC 266 (2015) Biomimetics-Terminology, Concept and Methodology. Ito, J. (2016). Design and science. Journal of Design and Science. Kennedy, E. B., & Marting, T. A. (2016). Biomimicry: Streamlining the Front End of Innovation for Environmentally Sustainable Products: Biomimicry can be a powerful design tool to support sustainability-driven product development in the front end of innovation. Research-Technology Management, 59(4), 40-48. Langella, C. (2003). Nuovi paesaggi materici. Design e tecnologia dei materiali. Firenze, Alinea Editrice Langella, C. (2007). Hybrid design. Progettare tra tecnologia e natura. Milano, Franco Angeli. Langella, C. (2012). Collaborative intersections. Confluenze creative. In Ranzo, P., & Langella, C. (a cura di). Design Intersections. Il pensiero progettuale intermedio. Milano, FrancoAngeli Langella, C. (2015). Mute azioni in Poli M., Environmental Dialog. San Francisco, Blurb, Incorporated. pp. 68/75 Langella, C. (2017). La dissoluzione del confine tra biologico e sintetico, in Digicult, Digicult Produzioni, pp. 12-18. Langella, C. (2019). Design e scienza, ListLab. Lucibello S., Ferrara M., Langella C., Cecchini C., Carullo R. (2018). Bio-smart Materials: The Binomial of the Future. In: Karwowski W., Ahram T. (eds) Intelligent Human Systems Integration. IHSI 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 722. Springer, Cham. Mansell, J., & Berger, K. M. (2017). Book review: Synthetic Biology: Security, Safety, and Promise. Politics and the Life Sciences, 36(1), 58. Mehaffy, M., Salingaros, N. A. (2017). Design for a Living Planet: Settlement, Science, & the Human Future. Sustasis Press. Oxman, N. (2016). Age of entanglement. Journal of Design and Science. Pahl, G., & Beitz, W. (1996). Engineering a Systematic Approach. Panico, M., Langella, C., & Santulli, C. (2017). Development of a Biomedical Neckbrace through Tailored Auxetic Shapes. Italian Journal of Science & Engineering, 1(3) Parasuraman, S., Sam, A. T., Yee, S. W. K., Chuon, B. L. C., & Ren, L. Y. (2017). Smartphone usage and increased risk of mobile phone addiction: A concurrent study. International journal of pharmaceutical investigation, 7(3), 125. Roy, T., Roy, D., & De, A. (2017). Modern Technology and Health Risk Factors: A Pedagogical Emergent for Social Wellbeing. International Journal of Current Trends in Science and Technology, 7(11), 20192-20196 Santulli, C., & Langella, C. (2016). Study and development of concepts of auxetic structures in bio-inspired design. International Journal of Sustainable Design, 3(1), 20-37. Speck, T., Speck, O. Beheshti, N., McIntosh, A. C. (2008). Process sequences in biomimetic research. Design and Nature IV. Tyagi, S., Garg, N., & Paudel, R. (2014). Environmental degradation: Causes and consequences. European Researcher, 81(8-2), 1491. Thiel, S., Fiedler, S., Loh, J. (2015). Multidisciplinary Design in the Age of Data. In New Challenges for Data Design. Springer, London. Vattam, S., Helms, M. E., Goel, A. K. (2007). Biologically-inspired innovation in engineering design: a cognitive study. Georgia Institute of Technology. Vezzoli, C., Kohtala, C., Srinivasan, A., Xin, L., Fusakul, M., Sateesh, D., & Diehl, J. C. (2017). Product-service system design for sustainability. Routledge.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Architecture
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Carla LANGELLA> (Primary Author)
Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
Türkiye


Valentina PERRICONE>

Publication Date July 13, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 2, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { grid500310, journal = {GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal}, eissn = {2619-9556}, address = {Çankaya Üniversitesi Mimarlık Fakültesi, Balgat Kampüsü, Öğretmenler Caddesi, No: 14, 06530 Balgat/ANKARA/TÜRKİYE}, publisher = {Cankaya University}, year = {2019}, volume = {2}, number = {2}, pages = {44 - 76}, doi = {10.37246/grid.500310}, title = {Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives}, key = {cite}, author = {Langella, Carla and Perrıcone, Valentina} }
APA Langella, C. & Perrıcone, V. (2019). Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives . GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal , 2 (2) , 44-76 . DOI: 10.37246/grid.500310
MLA Langella, C. , Perrıcone, V. "Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives" . GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 2 (2019 ): 44-76 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/grid/issue/47046/500310>
Chicago Langella, C. , Perrıcone, V. "Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives". GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 2 (2019 ): 44-76
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AMA Langella C. , Perrıcone V. Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives. GRID. 2019; 2(2): 44-76.
Vancouver Langella C. , Perrıcone V. Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives. GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal. 2019; 2(2): 44-76.
IEEE C. Langella and V. Perrıcone , "Hybrid biomimetic design for sustainable development through multiple perspectives", GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 44-76, Jul. 2019, doi:10.37246/grid.500310