Biomimicry workshop

Do you need a new source of innovation?  Trenger du en ny inspirasjonskilde?

The boxfish (koffertfisk) inspired Mercedes-Benz to design the Bionic car. Photo: NHM.

Come and find out how biomimicry can help you come up with new sustainable solutions to your design challenges. We’ll have a playful hands-on workshop learning about how to get to sustainable innovation by taking inspiration from nature. This is about seeing both nature and your challenges from a different angle.

This is a multidisciplinary workshop. The more diverse the backgrounds we gather the better! We encourage anybody with a sense of curiosity to join us for two hours of fun, alternating theory and hands on exercise.  No booking needed. The workshop is free of charge.

Workshop in English by BiomimicryNorway
(Workshoppen holdes på engelsk, men vanskelige uttrykk blir forklart på norsk).

Michel Wolfstirn is a biomimicry consultant with a with a french-german M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Arts et Metiers Paris Tech and Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie. He co-founded BiomimicryNorway in order to promote and practice sustainable innovation inspired by nature and to place Norway on the map of the growing worldwide biomimicry network.

Nina Havermans is a Dutch designer from Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands and co-founder of BiomimicryNorway. She is a senior designer ang has been working on projects for producers such as Vitra, Menu, Scandinavian Business Seating and working with Nordic Office of Architecture on for example the Gardemoen Airport.

Universitetslektor, botaniker Kristina Bjureke, Naturhistorisk museum. 


Publisert 21. sep. 2016 11:27 - Sist endret 29. juni 2018 08:30