It is an exciting time in architectural history for architects and innovators. We have the opportunity to change the future of the built environment in order to sustain the natural environment. Architectural innovation can be accomplished if we engage and share our knowledge.
We design architecture to preserve limited natural resources for future generations and integrate with natural aspects. We choose materials, construction methods, and spatial design to push the limits of sustainability.
By using locally available materials and construction methods we conserve resources and harmonize with local cultures. By coupling technology with passive design strategies, architectural design has the power to reduce a building's energy dependence.
Archifarm is an environment where architects, engineers, designers, professors, students, and interns can share design ideas, engage in dialogs and network with other forward-thinking proponents of ecological architecture.