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Ananda Aiken MultiEspacio PermaCultural
Ananda Aiken MultiEspacio PermaCultural
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Bahia Blanca, Grumbein, Buenos Aires, AR
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Kandace Connell Ute Bohnsack
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Ananda Aiken MultiEspacio PermaCultural

Project Type

Urban, Residential, Commercial, Community, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Small Sub-Urban lot dedicated to the development and implementation of permaculture ethics and principles applied as holistic tools to create different ways to relate with each other and the environment

Project Description

Ananda Aiken it's a family project with the intention to be a demostrative and educational space where people can get together and see that there's another way to relate with each other, as well as with the environment, empowering everyone and inviting us to share what we have and what we are for the beneffit of the entire community, puting our gifts to the service, and finding ways to co-create the solutions we feel are needed in order to make a transition to a sustainable way of life.

Located on the outskirts of Bahia Blanca, more precisely Grumbein, covering 400sq mts in surface. An empty lot that's ready and willing to be transformed into another spot of this global permaculture and transition net we're building everyday. 

Actually it has a structure holding a roof, waiting to be completed following bioclimatic techniques and natural building. Considering the total area of the lot, it's an invitation to put many of the permaculture principles into action, specially stacking functions and using the vertical surface that will grow as time goes by.

The project looks forward to be the place where gatherings around the topics of cooperativism, conscious consuming, alternative economies, alternative education, earth care techniques, cosmic event celebrations, natural and conscious nutrition, yoga, meditation, people care related practices, wisdom sharing, and many more things that will for sure grow at the same time as the place.

The doors are about to open my friends, keep in touch to see how this lovely and nice dreams continues to grow and make real.

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The dream coming true

Starting the structure for the future house/meeting point

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