The Global Regenerative Building Challenge prompts builders, designers and researchers from across the globe to create regenerative design solutions. Contributions can range from specific eco-systemic and social analysis, to architectural design processes, to fully-executed building projects within predefined regenerative criteria set by the Bauhaus Earth. We welcome participants from the fields of logistics/building supply chains, ecology, architecture, design, construction, building development, environmental management and policy making. The Challenge encourages participation from individuals, community-based organizations and research institutes, especially early-career thinkers and makers.
The Challenge is a collaborative effort that promotes mutual learning and exchange, while shedding light on specific building traditions and local cultures. The Regenerative Earth Challenge aims to:
Explore – discover the diversity of existing approaches and promote regenerative building solutions from all continents to attest that buildings can be climate positive.
Connect – people and ideas. Create a strong global network of like-minded changemakers across climate zones, national borders, sectoral silos, languages and culture to unleash big potential.
Innovate – develop, test and implement a variety of regenerative building solutions that rebalance the planetary ecosystem and social structures and are both replicable and scalable.