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Cracked Earth

RESTORE OUR NATURE

earth-centred design practice

 

FOUNDATIONAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES BEYOND SUSTAINABILITY

Our pursuit for solutions distracts us from the fundamental issues that perpetuate human separation from nature.

Work with us to write a new story where you can imbed Earth-centred design principles into every stage of your project and play a part in restoring our nature. 

+ Ground your design approach

​+ ​Engage in systemic thinking

+ Re-learn what it means to design intuitively

+ Apply holistic, long-term strategies based on recognising natural systems

+ Redefine the concept of "value" beyond the ROI

+ Learn and Practice Collaborative Design

Image by USGS
 
Cracked Earth

IN SERVICE TO NATURE

IN SERVICE TO YOU

Co-Design looks at extending the circle of stakeholders. Explore and apply ways forward that give back to the Earth, therefore giving back to ourselves and others in our living system. 

 

Approach the project with a global mind, arrive at local solutions. 

Any piece of land has the potential to restore our (human) nature & wellbeing, while providing for needs of all. Imagine a healthy, happy, culturally rich space, in balance with the rhythms of the seasons. Waterways lush with filtering plants, where biodiversity is the norm. We support strategising and exploring what is possible.

For individuals, design professionals, students, land owners, and organisations that want to recalibrate.

These workshops and conversations will help us remember our place as a species dependent on our life support system: Planet Earth. 

COLLABORATORS

The Bio-Leadership Fellowship

MHealth

AWW Architectural Design Services

Intangible Realities Laboratory

Digg & Co. Regenerative Landscape Architecture

Louis Pearson Ecological Design

 
Image by NASA

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What would it be like to...

Leave space for Emergence

Control less?

What might this bring?