Biomimicry refers to looking for solutions to the problems of humanity by learning from the strategies of nature. Nature leads not only today's needs but also future-oriented designs in terms of producing innovative ideas. Within this context this paper follows the traces to answer the question of whether there is a meaningful relationship between biomimicry and futuristic architecture through an evaluation made on Vincent Callebaut architecture. For this purpose, first, related concepts are explained through examples of futuristic and biomimetic architecture from the past to the present. Then the biomimicry approach in the futuristic studies of Vincent Callebaut architecture is discussed within the framework of these concepts. In the light of the data obtained, it has been seen that the relationship between futuristic architecture designs and biomimicry is beyond the morphological approach and resulted with an ecological responsibility. Thus, Callebaut's designs imitating the nature are worth discussing with the paradigms of today’s world.