Regenerative design is a process that “creates a positive ecological footprint and contributes to the community” (Designing for Hope: Dominique Hes and Chrisna Du Plessis). It aims to create resilient equitable systems that integrate the needs of society with the integrity of nature. It draws on principles of biomimicry and biophilic design and has net positive energy, community, and natural habitat as a result of a well designed and created built environment. The final work should contribute positively to the community and the planet.
Our design approach embraces High-Performance Buildings, Water Sensitive Urban Design, Biophilic Design and Naturescapes, which we have outlined more in-depth below.