Build the cities of tomorrow with Wallace.

Build the cities of tomorrow with Wallace.

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We’re on a mission to create the technology to build the most compelling cities of the 21st Century.

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The engineers

Wallace is a team of engineers, builders, designers, and growers, passionate about exploring new frontiers of how we think, collaborate, and build. We want to facilitate the building of self-sufficient cities that bring people together around core missions that help humanity.

We’re developing rapid city-building systems, to reshape our cities into inspiring, self-sufficient environments where technology helps us break-free from modern stressors and assists people to explore ideas, collaborate, and create the technologies of tomorrow.

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The engineers

Wallace is a team of engineers, builders, designers, and growers, passionate about exploring new frontiers of how we think, collaborate, and build. We want to facilitate the building of self-sufficient cities that bring people together around core missions that help humanity.

We’re developing rapid city-building systems, to reshape our cities into inspiring, self-sufficient environments where technology helps us break-free from modern stressors and assists people to explore ideas, collaborate, and create the technologies of tomorrow.

Sustainable sights

Today, many of our cities are afflicted by congestion, inefficient systems, and short-sightedness. Building active sustainability into our cities, and maintaining a connection to the ‘big picture’ perspective is more crucial than ever as we hurtle through the digital age.

At Wallace we are committed to building a future with environmentally respectful communities and technologies that leave our planet in a better place than we found it. What that looks like to us is: healthy, modular homes; access to fresh, affordable food; sustainable energy sources; and opportunities for anyone to easily undertake inspiring work.

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Sustainable sights

Today, many of our cities are afflicted by congestion, inefficient systems, and short-sightedness. Building active sustainability into our cities, and maintaining a connection to the ‘big picture’ perspective is more crucial than ever as we hurtle through the digital age.

At Wallace we are committed to building a future with environmentally respectful communities and technologies that leave our planet in a better place than we found it. What that looks like to us is: healthy, modular homes; access to fresh, affordable food; sustainable energy sources; and opportunities for anyone to easily undertake inspiring work.

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Doing it differently

Cities and communities have always been a part of human history. We build, we secure food, we create energy, and cities grow. However, as cities grew bigger external support was required to house, feed, power and employ its population, driving up costs and reducing our quality of life.

What we’re doing differently is building an ecosystem that’ll allow us to rapidly transform land into self-sufficient cities anywhere on Earth (or beyond). To power this ecosystem, we’re developing products that reduce current inefficiencies in housing, food production, employment, renewable energy production/consumption, and urban planning.

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Doing it differently

Cities and communities have always been a part of human history. We build, we secure food, we create energy, and cities grow. However, as cities grew bigger external support was required to house, feed, power and employ its population, driving up costs and reducing our quality of life.

What we’re doing differently is building an ecosystem that’ll allow us to rapidly transform land into self-sufficient cities anywhere on Earth (or beyond). To power this ecosystem, we’re developing products that reduce current inefficiencies in housing, food production, employment, renewable energy production/consumption, and urban planning.

The future according to Wallace

Urban centres are natural melting pots of creativity and ideas, and there is enormous latent potential that we can unlock through self-sufficient, mission-driven cities. That is, moving away from mostly socioeconomically organised communities and towards purpose-led ones.

That’s our vision and hope for the future: to maximise the synergetic power of rapid city-building technologies, for the goal of uniting and organising a self-sufficient society based on purpose, skills, and passions.

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The future according to Wallace

Urban centres are natural melting pots of creativity and ideas, and there is enormous latent potential that we can unlock through self-sufficient, mission-driven cities. That is, moving away from mostly socioeconomically organised communities and towards purpose-led ones.

That’s our vision and hope for the future: to maximise the synergetic power of rapid city-building technologies, for the goal of uniting and organising a self-sufficient society based on purpose, skills, and passions.