RESTORE OUR NATURE
Bring Earth-centred design thinking
into your practice & projects.
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 Principles of Permaculture
+ Redefine the concept of "value" beyond the ROI
+ Learn and Practice Collaborative Design
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.
Imagine your back garden as a source of food for you and your community. 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, built environment design professionals, students, land owners, and developers.
Take a journey that will help us remember our place as a species dependent on our life support system: Planet Earth.
There is wisdom in Diversity.
Diversity means Resilience. Equality means inhabiting a fundamental regard and respect for others. What would it mean to extend the notion of Equality to Others like Plants, Insects, Trees?
"...Human beings, plants, and animals share the same cosmic origins, and in a profound sense are seen as essentially identical, responsive to the same principles, obligated by the same duties, responsible for the collective well-being of creation. There is no separation between nature and culture..." - Wade Davis, writing about the Barsasana peoples in his book Wayfinders