The International Society of Biourbanism is a not-for-profit scientific network for theory and practice in architecture and urbanism.
It supports education, research, and publishing about biourbanism as a new epistemological approach to cities and biophilic design.
Create the theoretical basis for a new human-oriented built environment according to scientific developments such as fractals; complexity theory; evolutionary biology; morphogenesis; biophilia; biomimicry, and peer-to-peer urbanism (P2PU).
Offer a platform for research, theory, and practice.
Support dialogue between practitioners and academics.
Provide information related to biourbanism through courses, seminars, and workshops.