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KEMALOGLU Ayfer-Idil

idil.ist

29 rue ledru rollin, Ivry-Sur-Seine, France
After her architectural education at Politecnico di Milano, she finished her master's in architecture and arts education in Lyon. She did her thesis on relation of art-human-architecture and continues her research on the same topics. She took part on the projects where earth construction and digital techniques are combined. In Milano Design Week 2016, she participated to biomimicry talks with the installation Kronos. Idil lives and works on her art & architecture projects in Paris.

Ubiquitous


Ubiquitous


In the frame of biomimetic and biophilic design concept, project brings a new perspective on urbanization in order to create a new living place.
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  • New areas of operation

UBIQUITOUS based on the idea that, the answer to many questions that we are looking for is hidden in nature. Aristotle defines mimesis as the perfection, and imitation of nature. Projectis both inspired by nature and mimics nature. In the frame of biomimetic and biophilic design concept, project brings a new perspective on urbanization in order to create a new living place. The aim is to bring nature’s structure to a larger scale. By repeating the Nature, inherently its existing mathematical order and the golden ratio. Final biophilic design form of the living space can be everywhere and anywhere. The form is created from a habitat of lichen on a tree. The proportion between each habitat can be a possible future expansion plan of this living space created through the lichen form. Developing this project and presenting biomimicry as a planning/design guide is a methodology that could be developed on our planet. A methodology that includes different steps to solve urban challenges.


lichen sample taken from a tree

ubiquitous - from lichen to city- 3d print

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Grid System

Ubiquitous


Ubiquitous


In the frame of biomimetic and biophilic design concept, project brings a new perspective on urbanization in order to create a new living place.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

UBIQUITOUS based on the idea that, the answer to many questions that we are looking for is hidden in nature. Aristotle defines mimesis as the perfection, and imitation of nature. Projectis both inspired by nature and mimics nature. In the frame of biomimetic and biophilic design concept, project brings a new perspective on urbanization in order to create a new living place. The aim is to bring nature’s structure to a larger scale. By repeating the Nature, inherently its existing mathematical order and the golden ratio. Final biophilic design form of the living space can be everywhere and anywhere. The form is created from a habitat of lichen on a tree. The proportion between each habitat can be a possible future expansion plan of this living space created through the lichen form. Developing this project and presenting biomimicry as a planning/design guide is a methodology that could be developed on our planet. A methodology that includes different steps to solve urban challenges.


lichen sample taken from a tree

ubiquitous - from lichen to city- 3d print

Topography

Grid System


Idea by

KEMALOGLU Ayfer-Idil
idil.ist
29 rue ledru rollin
Ivry-Sur-Seine
France
After her architectural education at Politecnico di Milano, she finished her master's in architecture and arts education in Lyon. She did her thesis on relation of art-human-architecture and continues her research on the same topics. She took part on the projects where earth construction and digital techniques are combined. In Milano Design Week 2016, she participated to biomimicry talks with the installation Kronos. Idil lives and works on her art & architecture projects in Paris.