As Seattle’s landscape grows in response to the burgeoning tech industry at the economic core, the built environment is taking lessons from nature and the pre-development ecosystem to inform smart design strategies. Seattle Weekly interviewed Principal and Biomimicry Puget Sound co-founder Alexandra Ramsden, along with other industry leaders, to showcase how biomimicry and biophilia are becoming major players in Seattle’s rapidly evolving urban environment. These strategies not only benefit nature, they also inform a creative design process that leads to cost savings and buildings that stand out from the crowd. Read the full article here to learn more about current biomimetic and biophilic projects and the future outlook for such projects in Seattle.