Oliver Brockie is a designer and regenerative practitioner in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa New Zealand. Currently managing Kelmarna Community Farm's composting social enterprise, his work actively reclaims organic resources, builds soil, plant and human health, and supports Kelmarna's aspiration to champion regenerative food production.
He is also presently involved in a collaborative research project between Aotearoa NZ and Chile, to explore case studies of collective housing projects co-designed with indigenous communities.
Oliver's other areas of interest include:
︎︎︎ Alternative and collective architectural practice.
︎︎︎ Place-making and sense of belonging in architecture.
︎︎︎ The relationship between ecology and humans in architectural space.
He is a member of the Aotearoa Composters Network, the Regeneration Army, and pre:fab collective.
If you have an idea in the realms of architecture, research, or regeneration, lets talk ︎︎︎ ︎