Programming & Planning
San Luis Sustainability Group (SLOSG) is committed to contextual planning at multiple scales and cross-disciplinary practices that combine permaculture, architecture, landscape design, and appropriate technology as shown in the following examples.
Sustainable planning implies connectivity between these scales of concern:
California State University | Monterey Bay
The conversion of Fort Ord from an amphibious warfare base to a state university was begun in 1995. As sustainability consultants we advised on recognition of this 1300-acre site’s natural features and opportunities for incorporation into the master plan.
A Cellular Lattice of Optimized Flows
The campus is seen as a holistic entity in which flows are the generator. Visual flow of the regenerated dune landscape; thermal flows in building siting & design; resource flows of construction & use; cyclic flows of resources & waste management; flow of time in requiring flexibility; diverse flows of goods & people via transportation; flow of knowledge in response to the academic vision.
Our facilitation of a collaborative workshop of stakeholders plus planning and design studies create a comprehensive plan for the heart of every project.
Trout Farm Home/Office ComplexSanta Margarita, Ca.
Plan for Hidden Villa
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We would love to talk to you about your project and discuss sustainable options to meet your needs.