Architecture as Biology and Designing By Nature
If we think about the movement of air and water in natural settings, what happens when it comes into contact with square, sharp-edged and rectangular-smooth cylindrical surfaces? Along with the ionized breeze passing around your home, the breeze also contains verve and vitality. Plants release nutrients in the air your body needs. Sharp edges disrupt natural flow in sound, water and air.
As a certified sustainable designer, architect and builder. My best piece of advice to you is find the right designer- architect that can bring your project to fruition on paper and on budget. Also, before building or breaking ground… have a basic understanding of Feng-Shui and connect your home to feel the healing powers of biomimicry in nature.
When designing custom homes, blueprints and resort designs for clients, I emphasis the importance of harnessing cool air from northeast side and deflecting hot afternoon temperatures from Southwest sides of structures. I recommend using hot tin roofs to create A/C. My bio-logically inspired water cistern and roof top cooling systems are made from recycled and existing materials. My ecofriendly methods and sustainable architecture has been featured on CNN, Tiny Homes, Costa Rica Traveler Magazine, Neotropica, Tico Times, Audi Magazine and more recently on Treehouse Travel Channel shows.