Biomimicry in packaging
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Biomimicry in packaging

Eva Lagarde

A brief report on biomimicry and innovations that you can apply to your packaging designs.


  • To understand the meaning of biomimicry 
  • To gain knowledge by studying example of biomimicry is general design 
  • To gain knowledge in biomimicry packaging designs with examples

01 - What is biomimicry?

Biomimicry is made up from the word bio meaning life, and mimicry meaning imitating. Biomimicry therefore brings together biology and design, and mimics the natural world to find solutions to today's issues. It has evolved to be a key design trend in recent years. 

Biomimicry looks at the way animal and plants act and function in natural world and aims to address sustainable design challenges instigated by humankind through product, policies and processes that are adapted to life on earth. 

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