To create a world-class center for the design, architecture and engineering of state-of-the-art
sustainable, renewable, solar energy powered, organic food producing, and non-toxic
built environment, homes, residences, offices, buildings, schools, cities and communities
that are economical, safe to live in, long lived, low maintenance, use the smallest amount
of energy and resources both for construction and life supporting service, produce their
own energy and recycle their own waste, human waste included, collect and recycle
water, all working in balance and harmony with the natural environment: air, water, soil
To develop and promote all aspects of sustainable living within the collaborative
and all associates and sub-contractors.
To address the UN Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations and the
Unesco to eradicate poverty worldwide and provide clean water, organic food, clean air
and affordable shelter to the world population.
To develop concrete and realistic engineering, architectural and viable technological
solutions for the most pressing problems the world itself and the world population faces
today, and how to address them in a way that gives the biosystems and regenerative
systems of the world - air, water, soil, food, forests, oceans, animals and plants - a much
deserved break. Humans depend vitally on all these systems, as we produce nothing,
We envision that if we consider this approach, we hope to see the world we wish for for
ours and the world human populations in education, industry, social and economical
justice and its policies. Setting up and guiding entrepreneurs that can accomplish all of
these tasks is one task, the significant other aspect is education, both must go hand-in-
hand with the entrepreneurial spirit.
Dr. Tony Pereira - UCLA ME PhD
Founder, CSO - Chief Sustainability Officer
Dr. Jesse Voss, Ph.D., Architecture, University of Wisconsin, Milwaakee, USA, 2008
B.A., Architecture, San Luis Obispo, California, USA, 1992
Assistant Professor of Architecture
Faculty of Architecture, Art, and Design - Notre Dame University Zouk Mikael, Lebanon
Fred Stoenner, Architect, Grass Valley, California.
Fred is one the earliest Green Architects in the country and the world.
Anthony Araiza, Associate AIA, The Desert Group, Palm Desert, California
Marilyn Crenshaw, The Green Architect, California
Architect, UC Berkeley School of Architecture
Eric Corey Freed, Principal, The Organic Architect, California.
Architect, Temple University, Philadelphia.
Masters Ecological Design, San Francisco Institute of Architecture
LEED AP, Hon. FIGP, The Organic Architect is an architecture and consulting firm in California, with nearly 20 years of experience in green building.
The DESERT ECO PAVILION @ CABOT'S PUEBLO MUSEUM - Desert Hot Springs, California.
Currently in the design schematic phase.
The plans prepared by the Desert Group depict an overal scope of work, subject to change, that
includes construction of a Pavilion Structure, desert landscaping,
irrigation, pervious paving at parking lot, lighting, concrete block,
adobe block, permeable, and approximately 10,000 sf of paving bricks.