In 2030 the Ortenau is, thanks to its agriculture, an area
with a carbon sink and the highest level of biodiversity.
The farmers have created the most fertile soil in Germany and are actively removing CO2 from the atmosphere. They respect animal welfare, produce renewable energy and supply the bioeconomy with raw materials. They can live sustainably from the biological management of their soils as they receive adequate additional income for their ecosystem services.
Our mission is to demonstrate that sustainable agriculture in this Form is ecologically and economically viable. We show how it works optimally in a concrete social and natural context. We start our work with the following key data:
1. Cultures for increasing biodiversity are grown on 5–10% of arable land.
2. Biomass will be grown for carbonization (in a way that increases biodiversity) On 5–10% of the arable land.
3. Biologically charged biochar is used in the soil.
4. Agricultural machinery is electrically powered and supplied with renewable electricity.
5. PV-systems (agrophotovoltaics) are installed on more than 5% of the agricultural area.
Type: Strategy / Architecture / Visual Design / Creative-Direction / Design
Services: Architecture / Corporate identity / Folder / Website / Photography / Renderings
Industry: Real Estate
Client: Syndikat Walden