İdil Sanat ve Dil Dergisi
Cilt 9, Sayı 68  Nisan 2020  (ISSN: 2146-9903, E-ISSN: 2147-3056)

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Textile was meaning as a weaving method and fabric produced by this method in the past. Today, however, it is a general term that includes raw materials such as fibers or yarns for the production of fabrics, their production processes and all other (knitted and nonwoven) fabric production methods, and the textile industry is one of the few industries in the world. With the transition from agricultural society to industrial society, the machine relationship has been added to the relationship between people and nature. With the industrial revolution, the concepts of art-craft and design have started to be questioned again. Scientists and designers, inspired by nature in the designs of the 21st century, show a diversity in the field of textile by combining the technological advantages of the century with the evolved imitation approach of hundreds of years. Today, besides the improved functionality of the products by nature-design-industry collaboration, there are limited number of designs and this shows biomimetic approach needs to be evaluated more. In this study, the applications of textile designs with biomimetic effect were assessed. Biomimetic and its place in design from past to present, the relationship between biomimetic and designs that direct the textile industry, original textile designs prepared with biomimetic approach in the context of color-texture-functionality are examined and evaluated with current examples.

Keywords: mimesis, textile, textile design, Biomimicty