Category Archives: Biomimicry

Beirut RiverLESS at ESA Business School

On Friday, October 19th 2018, we participated in the “International Conference on Resilience in Post-Conflict Cities”. The goal of the conference was to share experiences, lessons learned as well as practices developed in cities and communities that experienced post-conflict reconstruction.

Beirut RiverLESS at ESA Business School

On Friday, October 19th 2018, we participated in the “International Conference on Resilience in Post-Conflict Cities”. The goal of the conference was to share experiences, lessons learned as well as practices developed in cities and communities that experienced post-conflict reconstruction.

Biomimicry: A Sustainable Design Methodology

We are happy to let you know that some members of our team have successfully completed an introductory online course on Biomimicry! The course, which was launched by the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, focused on the effective applications

Biomimicry: A Sustainable Design Methodology

We are happy to let you know that some members of our team have successfully completed an introductory online course on Biomimicry! The course, which was launched by the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, focused on the effective applications

Beirut Design Week 2016 Video

We are happy to have been featured in Beirut Design Week 2016 Video! Follow this link to see the installation that we did for Beirut River 2.0 with Adib Dada description of the installation and explanation of the project. Beirut

Beirut Design Week 2016 Video

We are happy to have been featured in Beirut Design Week 2016 Video! Follow this link to see the installation that we did for Beirut River 2.0 with Adib Dada description of the installation and explanation of the project. Beirut

CONVIVIUM home

The project is an interior design make-over of an apartment with a garden and terrace in Gemmayzeh, Beirut. Our design strategy aims to transform the space into a Living Home that embodies characteristics of biophilic design by which the natural

CONVIVIUM home

The project is an interior design make-over of an apartment with a garden and terrace in Gemmayzeh, Beirut. Our design strategy aims to transform the space into a Living Home that embodies characteristics of biophilic design by which the natural

Beirut River Toxic Tour

If you missed our Toxic Tour on Beirut River led by Adib Dada, you have a chance to read about it in the following post! The Toxic Tour was part of Sursock Museum’s current exhibition on Let’s Talk about the

Beirut River Toxic Tour

If you missed our Toxic Tour on Beirut River led by Adib Dada, you have a chance to read about it in the following post! The Toxic Tour was part of Sursock Museum’s current exhibition on Let’s Talk about the

The Importance of Ecosystem Services

If you are asking yourself why care about nature, then this blog post is for you! Nature is keeping us alive! It is doing so by proving clean water, fertile soil to plant, and clean air for us to breath…

The Importance of Ecosystem Services

If you are asking yourself why care about nature, then this blog post is for you! Nature is keeping us alive! It is doing so by proving clean water, fertile soil to plant, and clean air for us to breath…

Engagement with Nature: a positive and sustained interaction

Did you know that we have been wired to affiliate with nature? Humans have evolved in adaptive response to the natural world and hence need to remain in contact with natural features and processes for the sake of their own

Engagement with Nature: a positive and sustained interaction

Did you know that we have been wired to affiliate with nature? Humans have evolved in adaptive response to the natural world and hence need to remain in contact with natural features and processes for the sake of their own

Beyond Sustainability: A look at Biophilia and Biomimicry

In a presentation on Biophilia and Biomimicry at the American University of Beirut in the Department of Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management, theOtherDada explored new ways to move beyond sustainability and to reconsider the world differently through the lens of

Beyond Sustainability: A look at Biophilia and Biomimicry

In a presentation on Biophilia and Biomimicry at the American University of Beirut in the Department of Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management, theOtherDada explored new ways to move beyond sustainability and to reconsider the world differently through the lens of