Simplest is Bestest

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" - Leonardo Da Vinci The outer wall of a building, the ‘envelop’ as it know as, is generally considered our third skin, after our clothes and our original birthday suit!   All of these membranes…

Holistic Design Projects

We would love to share with you update photos and drawings of some of our holistic design projects, under construction and completed. It is always a big joy to see how beauty is supported in the flow of creation and realisation by the conscious…

ZeMArC Design YEAR REVIEW

Our year began with an enthralling adventure to Barcelona in Spain, to dive deep into the rich architecture of this beautiful city, with specific focus on experiencing the timeless work of Antonio Gaudi. This fuelled and inspired our first Repletion…

"Who am I?"...

Recently, I was asked a simple but profound question by a friend who has been through several intense years of psycho-spiritual challenge.  His question was - ‘Who am I?”, and was fuelled by his deep sense that he is here to do something…

Fractal Friendships

Do you ever feel unexpectedly depleted or despondent after spending time with beloved friends and family? Do you sometimes feel your energy is spent maintaining the ideas and expectations of others, rather than supporting the natural form and…

OVERCOME THE FEAR OF UNUSUALITY

When introducing our designs to new people we oftentimes encounter a particular reaction which points to an epidemic of the mind that pervades so many aspects of our modern life.  This reaction can be simply described as a fear of unusuality,…

Viral world-saving

I have recently become more attentive to the challenges that are presenting more and more in my environment and are creating a new aggregor in the collective consciousness.  They are taking the form of  invitations to an idea of someone…

The Laughing Field.

Recently, during our outdoor morning exercise session, I had a thought which I expressed... not always a good idea (but in this case... it was). It was about laughing. The sequence of thinking that opened was something like this — how many…