About doublEEco

doublEEco has evolved from many building blocks to become a key word for my vision of the future of Urban Design- not just design led but very much founded on the twin concepts that to work it must be both economic and ecological. Economic because in the current and forseable paradigm nothing gets done if it isnt worth the money. Ecological in a whole system way, including humans and social systems as ecology.

To read more about the building blocks that led here, and me in general see the ‘About Me’ page.



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