Regenerative design is a process-oriented whole systems approach to design encompassing practices that restore, renew or revitalize their sources of energy and materials.
Our upcoming Teulo Talks event, an exploration of Regenerative Design and Development, features a lineup of truly out-of-this-world thought leaders whose experience and knowledge are second to none.
Architects and engineers globally have committed to taking action to address the on-going climate and biodiversity emergency, declaring regenerative design an invaluable tool in working towards re-establishing a harmonious relationship between human life and the ecosystems we rely on, but have taken for granted.
Our experts have been at the forefront of this movement, creating resilient and equitable systems that integrate the needs of society with the integrity of nature; systems that have been used decade after decade.
Caroline Pidcock is passionate about the importance of architecture and integrated design, and how they can contribute to a “culturally rich, socially just and ecologically restorative” future. Her genuine interest and experience in sustainable built environments has been developed and enhanced through her involvement in a diverse range of professional, academic and community commitments.
As a spokesperson for Australian Architects Declare A Climate and Biodiversity Emergency, Caroline will be discussing the importance of taking responsibility for action in our own lives and practices so that our buildings and cities are no longer the problem, but the catalyst towards the regeneration of the planet.