Communications Collective is proud to have been engaged by the Melbourne-based ethical developer Small Giants Developments for the communications of its latest project The Commons Hobart.
Responding to a shift in the market where buyers are increasingly looking for sustainable housing options of a high design quality, Small Giants Developments will soon see sales commence for this exciting project that will set a new benchmark for urban housing.
Small Giants Developments is a branch of Small Giants, a company whose mission is to lead its community towards Empathy and a New Economy. That means it uses business as a major tool for positive social and environmental change, and provides people with a meaningful pathway to live a life of passion and purpose. Small Giants Developments is the company’s articulation of this mission in the built environment.
Its mandate is to focus on multi-residential and vertical development (think The Commons Brunswick) as well as focus on greenfield development, which is undeveloped land in a city or rural area being used for urban development (think The Cape). In a nutshell, it works towards building and retro-fitting healthy and happy cities.
Creative Director and Co-Founder of Small Giants says: “Our intention is to use the built environment to contribute to the world in a meaningful way and to show how humans can live in harmony with nature and experience profound individual and social flourishing. Our intention is sincere and we hope to really shift the way people live with themselves, others and the earth.”
“We believe people want to live in a space that reflects their inner longing for connection and peace, a space that brings their inner and outer worlds back into sync.
Our hope is that the way we practice development becomes the norm and that Small Giants Developments continue to have a positive impact in the world.”
Dave Martin, Small Giants’ CEO adds, “What we’re trying to do is raise the cognitive and vibrational state of humanity through the built environment. We’re building places and spaces that connect people to nature and to the community, which allows them to connect to themselves. That’s the ultimate for us; if people feel safe and secure then they can be their true selves in the world.”