Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Bio mimicry engineering

Analysis of Anthropogenic Learning Behavior in Construction Field by Mimicking the Nature

Anas Islam; Aman Sharma; Rishabh Chaturvedi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 719-724

The current society’s communication systems are usually depended on giving more priority for human – designed systems that only focus safety but not the health aspects. This anthropogenic learning behavior creates problems which have to be deliberation for present and is a severe threat to kindness. Many environmental professionals, who understood the impact of such system on the environment, are trying to solve these from nature as an alternative approach. This results in changing the aspect of approaching nature from enjoying nature to learning from nature. For past two decades, many new innovative methods were put forward to protect the humanity by providing sustainable solutions for the conventional construction process by mimicking nature. Bio mimicry engineering in architecture and civil engineering industry is an innovative and creative method, inspired by nature to solve various engineering and environment related issues like reduction in energy consumption, saving energy and cost, and finally all together leads to the reduction of environmental impact. This study gives possible concepts to solve the problems faced in construction field by mimicking the nature as an alternative solution.