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In regenerative design, ‘siting’ is about integrating architectural and urban planning with natural systems to create environments that promote sustainability and well-being. It involves thoughtful placement of buildings, considering sun exposure, wind patterns, and natural landscapes to minimize energy use and impact on the environment. This approach aims to create a harmonious balance between human habitats and the natural world, fostering healthier, more resilient communities.

Siting brings both the analysis and application of ecological (and possible cultural layers) of a site together with the planning and development process. This holistic approach ensures that the site supports biodiversity, enhances ecosystems, and respects the cultural and historical context, ultimately leading to sustainable and meaningful places. This depth of consideration leads to designs that are not only environmentally responsible but also deeply connected to the specific characteristics and needs of their surroundings.


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