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Biomimicry

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Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
200 Willoughby Ave
At Steuben St
Brooklyn, New York 11205
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 16 and older
Average Class Size: 7
Teacher: Tetsu Ohara

What you'll learn in this nature class:

Generate innovative ideas and forms that perform and give back to the planet and its inhabitants responsibly in space. Based on the Biomimicry Institute's 3.8 guidelines, explore all three levels of the biomimicry design process. 

Learn sustainability principles and practices such as life cycle assessment; discover nature's time-tested design strategies, functions, and patterns to apply them to human-made designs. Using a holistic approach, learn to integrate biomimicry into your creative process and demonstrate its value to stakeholders.

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