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What is Oasa?
Oasa represents a new way of living. We design and build beautiful, sustainable homes with a focus on communal living. Our buildings are designed to accommodate the modern citizen, while preserving its environment. Our locations are carefully chosen to balance remoteness with accessibility to major cities and amenities, giving you plenty of space to grow and re-imagine how we can inhabit this planet.
Who is Oasa?
Oasa is a community. It is owned and operated by and for nomads, entrepreneurs and artists who want to regenerate the planet.
Where is Oasa?
Oasa is a collection of regenerative community run co-living and co-creation spaces in nature. The first space is located in Portugal but more will open later in South Africa, Mexico or wherever you decide.
We see a future where traveling and living become one. Where you can have roots in multiple geographics. Where love and community stays with you no matter where you go.
What makes Oasa different?
Because we put humans & planet first, we have re-imagined how living spaces can be operated and focus on gross happiness and positive impact rather than on occupancy and ROI.
Oasa is an evolutive experience for researching regenerative ways of living that can be replicated by larger population groups. We see our platform as the first step towards an abundant future.
Here's how we position ourselves against other co-living spaces.
How is Oasa regenerative to the planet?
We aim to create positive loops that foster regenerative practices for the ecosystem that surround our spaces.
By using our collective knowledge and bargaining power, we can build habitats that are less resource intensive per capita, as well as optimize the systems that we live in to have more positive impact.
We believe the first step to being really sustainable is to measure our success based on the right metrics. This is why instead of measuring our success based on occupancy or revenue, we built a holistic model than embraces all the sustainable development guidelines.
Let's be a part of nature again. Let's regenerate together our suburbs and country sides into burgeoning habitats for all life.