COMMUNITY DESIGN AND PERMACULTURE
Going deep into the philosophy of permaculture and guidelines
for designing harmonic communities
In this module you will learn how to design architecturally, socially and economically a community with the principles of design of Sacred Geometry, Biomimicry, Permaculture and Regenerative Design.
There are some very few examples built on the planet of human settlements designed based on the principles of Biological Architecture and Sacred Geometry, and we will study them all.
A village is a human settlement that meets certain characteristics of infrastructure, services and equipment. An ecological construction is one that is made with the materials of the area as far as possible and has a low environmental impact on the use of its resources.
An ecovillage is the sum of both concepts, a human settlement rooted in an ecological construction. If we add to this the use of fractal geometry in its design we have a fractal ecovillage. However, the human, social component arises. It is not the stacked bricks that give meaning to a village but the task and social purpose what determines it in its daily functionality.
A real ecovillage is not only to protect from the environment and connect people socially, but to generate an awakening of the increased capacities of human consciousness, specifically the capacities that correspond to the superior intellect, superior emotions and superior sexuality. Your task will be to implement one as an exercise for planting the seeds for the new towns to be built.
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