One Community is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization creating open source and free-shared solutions for all aspects of a sustainable civilization. Operating for The Highest Good of All, we see the simultaneous addressing of all the challenges our species currently faces as the comprehensive solution necessary to transform life and the global environment of this planet positively and permanently for everyone. Our path to facilitating this is evolving sustainability through 7 prototype villages that establish the first of many self-propagating teacher/demonstration communities, villages, and cities we will help replicate around the world. These complete teacher/demonstration hubs will be affordable, easy to replicate, a superior living experience and environment, and comprised entirely of components that can be duplicated modularly or as complete sustainable civilization infrastructure. Our initial designs include Highest Good approaches to food, energy, housing, education, for-profit and non-profit business design, social architecture, fulfilled living, stewardship practices and more. Most importantly, what we are creating will not only be model solutions, but solution-creating models that provide even more research, blueprints and necessary support for successively easier and more affordable and creative duplication everywhere. This is One Community’s weekly progress update (#36) covering our accomplishment for the week of October 28, 2013.
The Strawbale Village focus for the last week was on completing the addition of all the individual residences in CAD. This export and work is compliments of Dave Walen (Architectural Drafter & Designer and owner of Dave Philip Walen Design):
This last week’s 3D progress for the SEGO Center includes adding in stairs to the Dining Dome as well as the stairway access to the 3rd and 4th floors. Next we’ll be adding in all the stair support structure details.
Here is version 1.0 of the first Education for Life subject overview. What you see here is us testing a variety of icons to see how they looked both on the website and when printed out on paper.