By allowing for a more inclusive understanding of design, Organic Multiplicity brings a sense of cohesiveness and neutral understanding to the multitude of frequently conflicting design theories. Old-school Modernism, Deconstructivism,
Post-Modernism, Vernacularism, Brand Speak, and others all have their kernel of relative truth. Yet, each of these theories tends to fall apart when applied in a universal manner to all endeavors. Intrinsically, some theories are more appropriate than others to the goal of a solution. Organic Multiplicity connects the use of a theory to its contextual relevance in a design project. In doing so, Organic Multiplicity strives to promote a more objective dialog between theories and thereby create a more open process of generating design solutions.

In relation to the culture of design, Organic Multiplicity creates a more relevant,
less divisive, environment in which designers can conceptualize and practice design, without sacrificing their group affiliations or distinct individuality. Since Organic Multiplicity is concerned with contextual appropriateness, it does not have a unilateral construct or signature style. Designers can express and align themselves in any manner that they deem appropriate to the creation of a viable solution.

With technology, Organic Multiplicity offers significant opportunities by considering technical solutions in a more pluralistic and organic manner, rather than solely in the tradition of linear causality and mechanical constructs. On a larger scale, Organic Multiplicity promotes the idea of ecologically sustainable industry through varied and appropriate technologies. The ideas of Organic Multiplicity are also beneficial to business and commercial communities. By understanding the practice of management in a more nurturing and constructive manner, employees can be naturally enthusiastic contributors to the innovations and successes of a company.

Most importantly, Organic Multiplicity strives to be a system of understanding and practicing design that integrates and harmonizes with the systems and cycles of nature, rather than the abstract and isolated notions of human ambition and arrogance. The continuation and advancement of our species will be contingent upon the sustainable nurturance of our environment, rather than conquering and consuming resources. Having a benevolent and multifaceted orientation toward design, industry, and the global community and environment will help us successfully overcome the looming ecological and social challenges that we will face in this new century and beyond.