Designing from place: a regenerative framework and methodology

  title={Designing from place: a regenerative framework and methodology},
  author={Pamela Mang and Bill Reed},
  journal={Building Research \& Information},
  pages={23 - 38}
The radical changes required for Earth to ‘remain fit for human habitation’ require a change in worldviews from ‘mechanistic’ to ‘ecological’. A key question is: how can those working on the built environment – a field with major impact on global resources and systems – best support a smooth and timely transition? It is proposed that design practitioners can facilitate that response in the built environment through the development, application and evolution of comprehensive new methodologies… 
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