Structures that minimize resource use, avoid emissions, and embed solutions to repair ecosystems and restore biodiversity
What is a Healthy Planet?
Building and infrastructure design projects demonstrate full awareness of environmental impact and promote the active recovery of biodiversity.
Resources are used conscientiously, in the logic of minimizing new resources use and carbon footprint. Management of materials, energy, water and waste flows is optimized, while net positive solutions, recovery and regenerative paths are explored and pursued.
How can we achieve this?
- Minimize environmental impact to the human habitat, considering both biodiversity and ecosystems, and promote their active recovery
- Minimize resource use and aim at a net-positive resource distribution
- Maximise resiliency through lifecycle thinking
- Maximise decarbonization
- Minimize waste
- Maximise the use of adaptation and mitigation strategies
Learn more about our goals
Beautiful and spatially relevant structures that work in unison with the local context and culture.
Financial planning that combines short term project feasibility with long term circular value creation
Inclusive and affordable living environments that cultivate equity, health and well-being.