Biomimicry - Morphing design strategies for creative thinking

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Part two of a series of five lessons covering biomimicry students will develop strategies to produce creative design ideas using nature and natural forms as inspiration. Students will understand through designer examples (Alessi) how companies take inspiration using morphing as a strategy. A series of activities are included to this resource which will develop students abilities to generate from an image board design ideas, confidence and creativity.

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