imagine holistically sustainable housing from the ground up
Over the past year I’ve teamed up a with a talented group of students to launch an architectural startup taking a more humanistic angle to the design of net-positive homes. With emphasis on one’s physical, cognitive and emotional well-being, we envision these homes as impactful solutions for simple private residences, community building, or disaster relief projects both domestic and international.
Join our cause today by checking out our new site below and let's plant the seeds for a sustainable future. Our team is comprised of a wide breadth of backgrounds ranging from design, engineering, architecture, bio-mechanics, materials and communications all working on making Snowdrop a reality. We are actively seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the project and make our group even stronger.
why does this matter?
We are entering a world of peak oil, peak water, peak phosphorus; a world that is globally interconnected yet ecologically impoverished. A world with seven billion people and counting. A world where every single major ecological system is in decline and declining exponentially. A world where global temperature increase means shifting rainfall distributions, acidified oceans, and potentially catastrophic sea-level rise. This has to change. We must work together to redefine not only housing but, what it means to be a community. This idea is integral to reviving, replenishing and restoring our relationship with the world and it is imperative that we work to preserve it. These are problems that far exceed the capacity of any one person to solve. That’s why we’ve started a movement.
If you like what Snowdrop is all about, spread the word by sharing this page or telling others. If you’d like to volunteer or work for us, stay tuned for opportunities to get involved. If you want to help us fund the implementation of tangible solutions on the ground, consider donating below. Whatever your capacity is, do that. Work with us and make a lasting impact on our world.
All profits will go into research, implementation or the purchase of equipment that aligns with project goals to create sustainable solutions for disaster relief or communities of developing countries.
As always, if you have any questions, suggestions or comments, We would love to hear from you through email to firstname.lastname@example.org.