If you’re someone who is committed to living consciously, you’ve already proved that your mindset is a refreshing departure from the take-all, eat-all and use-all approach.
Like some of your close friends, you’re over and done with the maddening pace of life. All you’re looking for is a sanctuary where you can create your own serene cocoon and live a healthy life in harmony with nature. A life where you’re surrounded by like-minded people, who are also in the same pursuit.
Well, the answer for your quest is an Eco-Community. In simpler terms, an Eco-Community is an inclusive holistic eco-system in which human activities are harmlessly integrated into the natural world in a way that is supportive of healthy development for the people and planet.
Sustainability is a Mindset…and a Long-term Goal
Unless the people who invest in an Eco-Community are of a certain temperament, it doesn’t serve the purpose. That’s the point you need to consider when you’re aligning yourself to build an Eco-community.
Just like you and your friends, a group of doctors wanted to build their own eco-community in Nizamabad. They approached and chose to be mentored by Organo, an Eco-Habitat Builder based in Hyderabad, and are building their 1st Eco-community called Rurban Nest.
With our track-record of constructing Award-Winning Eco-habitats in Hyderabad, these pioneering doctors hired Metaphor as their design-build contractors to manifest the project.
Here are key lessons they have shared for fellow-first-time eco-habitat co-creators:
Are you part of a group of people interested in a healthy natural holistic way of life? Are you looking for that design-build partner, who can make it happen for you? Are you planning to leave behind a legacy built on sustainability for your children and grandchildren?
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