Nature is a fabulous designer. From big problems like climate change and packaging, to smaller problems like finding a way to see or be seen. Nature has a strategy.
A shark’s skin has a diamond pattern with tiny riblets that discourage microorganisms from settling on their bodies
Sharklet film for surfaces, like countertops, prevents the spread of germs.The antibacterial properties of Sharklet micropatterns are purely structural in their unique shape and configuration.
The Blue Morpho butterfly wings have scales structured to bend the light to create a shimmering blue
Lexus LC luxury coupe’s Structural Blue paint reflects almost 100% of the incoming blue light giving the impression of the colour always changing
The Mantis shrimp’s dactyl club disables prey with a punch that is faster than a speeding bullet
Super-strong composite materials for helmets to prevent concussions are inspired by the Mantis’ club.
No matter how you rearrange the elements of a forest floor, it looks seamless
Interface®, created chaos in carpet tile designs so older carpet tiles blend in with new ones.
Coral reefs support the marine food chain, provide key medicines, creating food and economy, coastal protection and carbon capture.
ECOncrete® transforms the way our future coastlines look and function, with high-performance, resilient, blue-green infrastructure, which fosters highly productive thriving ecosystems.
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