Michael Pawlyn is a British architect, leader in regenerative design and the circular economy, noted for his work in the field biomimetic architecture and innovation, as well as jointly initiating the 'Architects Declare' movement in the UK. He was part of the principal team of architects that conceived and designed The Eden Project. He was one of the three founders of The Sahara Forest Project - a way of supplying fresh water, food and renewable energy in arid conditions.
In his co-authored book "Flourish", he propose a bold set of regenerative design principles, drawn from natural and cultural wisdom. Flourish offers a paradigmatic plan for designers, clients and change agents alike to build a thriving future, together.
Talk: 1h video interview for RSA* | Design paradigms for a regenerative future + 30min Q&A session w/ the author
* the RSA is a unique global network of changemakers enabling people, places and the planet to flourish.
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