The dynamic set of interactions and relationships between various organisms and environments over time is challenging to comprehend and express. A prerequisite for designing for such a complex network of interdependent variables requires the
definition of a vocabulary and series of parameters that can be used to quantify and express the relationships between different aspects of a single ecology. Further
investigation of species-specific pest and pollinator syndromes can generate structures made from biopolymers that can sensitively affect various ecologies. These
habitats could be used to promote the environmental health and ecological integration of architectural structures by attracting pollinators, repelling predators,and providing nutrients for plant growth. By diagraming the causal chains and dependencies of multiple actors that share a given site, it is possible to bring about dramatic changes through minute yet targeted interventions. While making ecological
modifications that produce unintended consequences may be easy, having control and predictability over the process can be extremely difficult.