Humans create our architectural and various other designs with our ‘own’ species in mind.
While most of us are now environmentally conscious of the biodiversity balance, when might we begin to consider designing our buildings and cities with a ‘More-than-human’ design and consider other species… benefitting all forms of life?
4ZZZ’s Eliot Rifkin and Toni Pankaluic chatted with Stanislav Roudavski from the ‘Deep Design Lab’ at the University of Melbourne about the ‘More-than-human’ architectural design movement.
for a deep dive…
Read the article 'Design for (All) Life' co-written by Stanislav on Pursuit, a University of Melbourne publication on the Deep Design Lab's work.
Check out some examples of how these environmentally friendly concepts operate:
Did you know in North America nearly one billion birds die by window collisions each year? See what design solutions have been proposed to mitigate these deaths.
Toni Pankaluic is a Journalist and contributor to Brisbane Line