Organic Forms

Organic forms, as applied in architecture and design, are shapes and structures that draw inspiration from nature and biological entities. These typically involve asymmetrical and irregular shapes, curves, and flowing lines that emulate natural elements such as plants, animals, or the contour of landscapes. In the context of architecture, organic forms are closely tied with the philosophy of organic architecture, which espouses harmony between human structures and the natural world through the design layout, material choices, and the overall form of the edifice.