Systems and patterns, working as part of a design team, land and non-land based design, design frameworks, site surveying and map making, interviewing clients, identifying functions, choosing systems and elements, placement and integration, creating a design proposal, project management and much more.
About the Author:
Aranya has been experimenting with what permaculture can do since his design course epiphany in 1996. In the years that followed he designed a collection of gardens, along with a few other non-land based designs, writing them all up to gain his Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design 2003. Since that time he's followed a teaching pathway, that now involves delivering on average ten two-week design courses a year. Along the way he's met many amazing people that give him hope for the future and who in no small way have influenced the content of this guide.