Rooted in South East Asia (SEA), at BioSEA, we strongly believe that urban development can be smart and sustainable only when it uses nature as a benchmark to do good for the environment and for people.
Shaping built environments to function like rainforests
We conduct detailed assessments of the numbers and types of species found at a site based on rigorous scientific surveys of key biodiversity groups such as mammals, birds, butterflies, plants and through robust analysis.
Greenery can provide important ecosystem services such as air temperature regulation, transpiration, erosion control, carbon uptake as well as mental well-being. Learn how we assess these services for the built environment and benchmark them.
Social impact of Greenery
Greenery is good for wildlife but does it also matter to people and how? We answer this question by engaging a range of stakeholders to understand their perceptions and motivations about the greenery of a place.
Education & Experiences
At B i o S E A, we believe that education is the passport to the future. We teach workshops and courses on the ecology and biomimicry for architects and designers as well as create physical learning spaces called ecology and biomimicry corners.