The invisible hierarchies of the living world

The invisible hierarchies of the living world

When we look back on the early decades of the 21st century, the development of the ecological movement from being a niche concern to a mainstream way of thinking will certainly stand out as being one of humanity’s most significant shifts. Over the last decade an...
Ray Lucchesi in Zygote Quarterly

Ray Lucchesi in Zygote Quarterly

Wanted to pass along this interview with Regenesis principal Ray Lucchesi, out now in the current issue of Zygote Quarterly. In the article, Ray talks about the relationship between biomimicry, biophilia and regenerative development as well as discusses some recent...

The Nature of Positive

I wanted to share the link to “The Nature of Positive,” a new article by Pamela Mang and Bill Reed appearing in Building Research & Information. The article discusses the concept of net positive design through the lens of regenerative development and...

Book(s)

At various times over the last twenty years, we at Regenesis have played with the idea of writing a book. Clearly this is the sort of thing that people can talk about for a long time but never do. In recent years, as interest in regenerative design and development has...