“Only when we are capable of dwelling... only then can we build” – Martin Heidegger

In referring to 'dwelling', Heidegger is referring to a way of living which involves sensual encounter with the world around us. In other words a way of 'being' which involves a sensibility to the world which we inhabit. Only when we have that sensibility can we overcome the otherwise inevitable disenchantment of contemporary materialism, and start to build in a sustainable way.