Two Ecosa Institute Alumni; Jeffrey Frisch and Shann Aharon have completed a design to install an eco machine waste treatment system for a new Arts center in Prescott called Milagro Arts Center. The Arts Center will be housed in a historic building … [Read more...]
One of the unique aspects of the Ecosa Certificate in Regenerative Ecological Design is that students engage with actual clients, real sites and real budgets. Students work on a number of projects each semester, both large and small, that incorporate regenerative ecological design principles and also meet client needs. If you or your organization would like to be considered as a client for one of our semester projects, please contact us.
Following are excerpts from some of the many student projects completed during our certificate program.
As a participant in the Fall 2009 Certificate in Regenerative Ecological Design, Simon designed plans for a fish farm at the Dorothy Byrne Vocational School in Mbita, Kenya. … [Read more...]
This semester our students picked up where the Summer 2010 group left off with the Prescott 6th Street Redevelopment Project. The Fall group was asked to evolve the plan for the Living City Design Competition, which challenges entrants to design a … [Read more...]