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bi·o·morph (b -môrf ). n. A nonrepresentational form or pattern that resembles a living organism in shape or appearance.

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Atmospheric Biomorphism A thesis submitted to the College of the
Atmospheric Biomorphism.
Cognitive and Evolutionary Speculations for Biomorphic Architecture
by biomorphic architecture, which shares essential geometric features with natural objects.
FCJ-118 Four Regimes of Entropy: For an Ecology of Genetics and
For an Ecology of Genetics and Biomorphic Media Theory. Introduction .
Architecture & Environmentalism: Movements & Theory in Practice
Biomorphism where a building represents the form of a organism.

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Yet the key to this collage lies in the disciplined manner with which it has been pieced together, and this very same discipline lies at the heart of Wilson's biomorphism.

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Biomorphism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search. Biomorphism is an art movement that began in the 20th century.
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biomorph (ˈbaɪəʊˌmɔːf) [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]. —n.
Art Genre Guide - Biomorphism - Artfact
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biomorphism - Encyclopedia
`Biomorphism` is an art movement that began in the 20th century. The term was first used in 1936, by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.

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