The ancestral shapes evoke user-friendliness and solidarity. The yurts, the igloos, the wigwams, and the huts, are all evidence of thousands of years integration into our environment.
The Earth is much bigger than we believe it is: there is an average surface of 4.4 acres per capita on our planet, which is more than 17 acres for a couple with 2 children.
The concentrated universe of the modern megacities and massive sprawling is more and more rejected by the inhabitants. Today the concrete towers are perceived like ghettos of social exclusion; the resurrection of villages and cities with a natural, human dimension re-invites a community life with sustainability.