The philosophy of “Organic Architecture" was invented by the great architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. It was carried through by Bruce Goff, Bart Prince, Fay Jones, John Lautner, Eddies Jones, Nari Gandhi, and Laurie Baker.
Using Nature as basis for design, a building or design must grow, as Nature grows, from the inside out. Most architects design their buildings as a shell and force their way inside. Nature grows from the idea of a seed and reaches out to its surroundings. A building thus, is akin to an organism and mirrors the beauty and complexity of Nature.
Organic architecture is a philosophy of architecture which promotes creating a structure growing from ground –merging into nature and gradually vanishing into the nature. Where Architecture and Nature is one. Architecture that has no beginning and no end