This is a guest post written by Andy Boyd
Have you ever pictured what the high-rise buildings of the future might look like? If so, you’re not alone. One 21st Century movement (among others) which may give an indication as to what future architecture will look like, is bionic architecture; a movement that is more in tune with the natural earth.
Bionic architecture ignores the traditional rectangular format of buildings that we’ve been used to for so long and instead takes its design cues from the curved lines of biological structures and the natural world. The result is an array of some of the most unique buildings out there and some of the smartest – the designs are based on intricate mathematical and biological calculations.
So, without further ado, here’s a look at some of the most incredible examples of bionic architecture and some of the leading bionic architects in the world.