In this one hour presentation, we will explore biomimicry and how various industries have used it for innovative solutions. Course participants will learn strategies to incorporate biomimicry thinking into building design. Finally, we will review the 8 hallmarks of biomimetic innovation.
Erin Rovalo’s diverse training as a designer, architect, and educator has allowed her work to consistently reach the cutting-edge realm of the innovation world. As a senior principal at Biomimicry 3.8, Erin’s design thinking expertise has been applied to dozens of built environment, packaging design, and organizational development projects.
Erin’s scope of work includes leading innovative built environment projects. During the course of her career, she has supported more than 30 built environment projects, including a groundbreaking project to help a carpet factory function like a forest. She works with developers, planners, architects, and engineers to help them seize unique opportunities to design, build, and operate resiliently and abundantly within Earth’s operating conditions.