Posts Tagged: nature

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

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…

theOtherDada’s presentation at the 7th Build It Green Conference

How can we as environmental designers move “Towards Greener Cities…Together”? It was a pleasure for theOtherDada [tOD] to be part of this year’s 7th Build It Green Conference, which was organized by EcoConsulting and EcoSolutions. This year, the conference focused on

theOtherDada’s presentation at the 7th Build It Green Conference

How can we as environmental designers move “Towards Greener Cities…Together”? It was a pleasure for theOtherDada [tOD] to be part of this year’s 7th Build It Green Conference, which was organized by EcoConsulting and EcoSolutions. This year, the conference focused on

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

Beirut River Project

The project is a strategy to enhance the urban corridor of the Beirut River and its watershed proposed by theOtherDada and their partners LCEC and UNHabitat. We started with a study of the river’s status, identified challenges and conditions in the

Beirut River Project

The project is a strategy to enhance the urban corridor of the Beirut River and its watershed proposed by theOtherDada and their partners LCEC and UNHabitat. We started with a study of the river’s status, identified challenges and conditions in the

Ecology and the Scale of Research

As part of our research regarding Urban Ecology, here is a post regarding Ecology and the work of ecologist. In case you are interested in this topic and would like to participate in the research , please feel free to

Ecology and the Scale of Research

As part of our research regarding Urban Ecology, here is a post regarding Ecology and the work of ecologist. In case you are interested in this topic and would like to participate in the research , please feel free to

Biomimicry 101

Biomimicry is a practice that looks at the way nature functions and tries to imitate its processes in designing elements/technologies to solve some problems that people face. Biomimicry originates from the Greek where Bios means life and Mimesis means to

Biomimicry 101

Biomimicry is a practice that looks at the way nature functions and tries to imitate its processes in designing elements/technologies to solve some problems that people face. Biomimicry originates from the Greek where Bios means life and Mimesis means to