Posts Tagged ‘Animals’
 
Posted in Art in Nature, Photography by Brittany on May 3rd, 2014
 

Animal Architecture

The title says it all! We want to take a moment to appreciate the things that are sometimes easily overlooked – architecture built by animals.

We humans base a lot of our architecture and design in general on things  that occur naturally, or in the wild by our furry friends. And these photos show why — they are creative and smart builders!

The fact that they don’t have access to the tools, machines, and technology that we do and they still create these magnificent – and highly functional – works of architecture is very impressive. The photographs were all captured by Ingo Arndt for the book, Animal Architecture.

Take a look at some of the awesome construction he discovered.

Animal Architecture

Australian Weaver Ants Nest

Animal Architecture

Coral Reefs

Animal Architecture

Buff-Tip Moth Larvae Web

Animal Architecture

Baya Weavers Woven Nest

Animal Architecture

Wasp Nest

Via AnOther Magazine

 
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