Imagine being able to replicate the functioning of a human lung on a coin-size testing device made of polymer. Or owning a jacket made entirely of leather grown in a lab. Biology and bio-technology play increasingly significant roles in design and architecture. And while this may be the solution to many problems, it can also raise ethical and legal questions. Just because we can - does that mean we should? This book shines a spotlight on loads of innovative and creative projects, highlighting the role of biology in the design of the future, and the designers and creators bringing us there.
Who's it by?
William Myers, foreword by Paola Antonelli
How does it come?
Book measures 21 x 25.5 x 3 cm, contains 291 pages.
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