Financial planning that combines short term project feasibility with long term value creation
What are Viable Economics?
Building and infrastructure design projects must be economically feasible and enable long-term value creation through circular design and resource management.
Financial planning of projects decouples growth from materials and consumption, enabling a circular economy that considers flexibility of use, longevity and reuse. Minimization of externalities and remediation of existing ones, through responsible design practices, are key.
How can we achieve this?
- Increase economic benefit and utility
- Maximise productivity of the project within the bigger economic picture
- Maximise durability and conscientious economy of means
- Maximise regeneration and compensation of built environment externalities
- Maximise the potential to inform and anticipate sustainable policy and regulations
Learn more about our goals
Beautiful and spatially relevant structures that work in unison with the local context and culture.
Structures that minimize resource use, avoid emissions, and embed solutions to repair ecosystems and restore biodiversity.
Inclusive and affordable living environments that cultivate equity, health and well-being.