Regenerative Development through LENSES with a case study of Seacombe West
Josette Plaut, Brian Dunbar, Helene Gotthelf, Dominique Hes
ENVIRONMENT DESIGN GUIDE | AUSTRALIAN INST ARCHITECTS | Published : 2016
The LENSES Framework and related materials would not be possible without the support of hundreds of individuals and organisations. What began as a master's thesis by Stephanie Hodgin grew to a small group of faculty, staff, students, and community members at Colorado State University (CSU), and then to a team of over of 500 individuals who have contributed over 10,000 hours to help develop the LENSES Framework. We would like to thank all of the participants for the LENSES development workshops, working groups and steering committee, and CSU's LAND360 and GES580 courses. Our heart-felt gratitude to CSU's School of Global Environmental Sustainability and the U.S. Green Building Council's Colorado Chapter for their early financial support and to all of the individuals, foundations and organisations who have provided ongoing financial support for the development of LENSES.The Seacombe West project has been supported via the University of Melbourne's Carlton Connect Initiatives Fund (CCIF). CCIF seeks to support interdisciplinary, externally-engaged research impact. The project was also supported by the land owners James and Harry Troedel and the design and research teams.