Why It Matters

Let’s take a typical city. Every day over 180,000 of us are moving from rural places to crowded urban spaces. That's over 60 million people a year

Now suppose that every one of these people has a stake in the neighborhood in which they live, but our neighborhoods are not designed for the well-being of every person.

One of the greatest concerns for policy makers and community leaders right now is that existing infrastructures cannot support the increasing demands from rising population densities.

Our shared spaces aren’t able to meet base level needs for resources, movement, health and relationship, now or in the future.

This problem is a practical one for designers, planners and developers all over the world, right now.

Our communities are not designed for all to thrive.

We think they can be.

What if you could suddenly see the world around you in a different way?

What if you became instantly aware of connections that you didn’t know were there?

What if there were a way to design spaces using this newfound insight in order to make the world a better place?