Inspiration from Nature’s Design; ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE

It is the ability of all structures constructed by human hand to catch the harmony and balance that belongs to nature; Organic Architecture. In the simplest terms, it is to create breathing designs. It is the production of the building to be built in accordance with the natural ground and environmental conditions.
In the understanding of organic architecture; natural conditions direct the structures, structures not the environment. It envisages respecting the fertile part of the soil, using the energy resources provided by nature wisely and avoiding the imposition of form. Because everything that goes against the balance of nature within itself will bring the end of vitality. The main philosophy; is to take the universe as an example, try to resemble it and to be in harmony with the universe.


Breathing Architecture

The answer to the concept of perfect is the perfect balance in the universe. Yes, nature has an unshakable balance within itself. The water that evaporates due to the heat emitted by the sun turns into a cloud and returns to the ground. The excrement of an animal consuming plant is processed by insects and new plants are formed from the excrement that integrates with the minerals in the soil. So there is no such thing as loss in nature. One thing always turns into something else, completing its cycle. Perfection is also hidden in this balance. We live in a century where efforts to recycle the man-made waste accumulated in the world, which we destroy using all its resources irresponsibly, are of vital importance. Any action that goes against the cycle of nature contradicts the concept of vitality. When a person descends into his inner world, it is nothing but the nature of which he/she is a part, which he/she should take as an example.


Identical Designs with Nature

İren Elçisoy Architecture; She argues that architecture does not only consist of building forms that provide shelter for people, but also that it is a profession that determines the physical and mental health of people and should be maintained in peace with nature. At the heart of her designs, it is the golden ratio, which takes nature as an example and catches a harmonic harmony with nature. It refuses to fight with nature due to limited energy resources and to release wastes, which are very difficult to recycle, into the environment. It assimilates both extending the life of the structure and creates nature-identical forms by adapting the never-ending energies in nature to architectural structures.

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