By 2050 nearly 10-billion people will live on earth, requiring the urgent need for regenerative housing and community development. Precious water, healthy food sources and scarce arable land are already at the forefront of pressing global issues that must be addressed.
In the next 30-years the size of the aspiring class will double to 4 billion, creating enormous demand for integrated neighborhood designs that incorporate door-step agency with high-yield organic food production that feed diverse nutritional needs.
Desirable off-grid capable neighborhoods comprised of power positive homes, renewable energy, water management, and waste-to-resource systems that are based upon on-going resiliency research – for thriving families and reduced burdens on local and national governments.
Engineering and facilitating the development of integrated and resilient neighborhoods that power and feed self reliant families around the world.
IoT-integrated infrastructure enable thriving communities with surplus energy, water and organic food in the aggregate become asset classes that can amortize and reduce mortgage payments.
Partnering with regional land developers, architects, construction, universities and brand manufacturing firms to maximize cost-benefit efficiency that enable global scaling of development projects.
ReGen Villages has gone viral around the world after our announcement at the Venice Biennale for Architecture In 2016. Since then we have received over 45-million pages to our website and thousands of emails from all around the world.
We are progressing with our first pilot community in Almere, Netherlands and also have agreements for developing projects across Northern Europe in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, USA and Asia.
ReGen Villages won the Singularity University Grand Challenge in the category of Shelter and is working with universities around the world, based on resiliency research in the built environment.
Master plan for 194 homes in Almere, Netherlands (Oosterwold District) for infrastructure permits
Commence pre-sale engagement process of waiting list of future residents
Break ground in Q4 of 2018
First homes constructed by Q2 of 2019