thought leaders

There are many people and organizations that inspire Evolving Architecture’s work. The list below is in no way comprehensive of all the great Thought Leaders of today. However, it is offered as a source for your own knowledge and inspiration. Enjoy!

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) is an independent, non-partisan nonprofit that drives the efficient and restorative use of resources. Each week their newsletter will expands your perspective and inspire you to act.

The Shelter Blog covers a large range that includes tiny houses, natural buildings, indigenous buildings, tree houses and temporary structures. If you are enjoy the outskirts of architecture, you will love this blog. is a strawbale building resource that can be trusted. Andrew Morrison is an experienced strawbale builder and educator pushing the craft to broad acceptance.

The Missouri Clean Energy District operates the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program. PACE is a financing tool that allows property owners to borrow money for renewable energy and energy efficiency property improvements with no upfront cost.

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is an intentional community in Northeast Missouri. The village holds the largest natural building collection in the Midwest. And, that is just the start of the incredible work they are doing.

Evolving Architecture is always looking for thought leaders to inspire our work. Send us information on those that inspire you to act!