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PERMACULTURE

Have you ever heard of permaculture? Permaculture is a set of design principles centered on whole systems thinking, utilizing the patterns in natural ecosystems. 

When I heard about the permaculture principles for the first time, it felt like an epiphany. These are the principles I unconsciously follow in all my design processes. Implementing them helps me to check how meaningful my projects really are.

In 2018 I made my permaculture design certificate, an experience that changed my life. I'm eager to explore the intersections between permaculture and (product-) design and to teach others how we can make this world a better, greener place.

In 2018 I started my start-up URBANROOTS to help city people to start growing their own food and to provide them with the best, locally grown organic seeds.

 

What's next? I'm about to start a permaculture project in Mallorca in the next few years, to be an example for a regenerative agriculture, a more sustainable way of living and to spread the word about the possibilities that permaculture holds for our current problems with climate change.

Stay tuned!