The theory of Organic Multiplicity can be understood as the integration of two essential components of life: the internal construct of contextual orientation and external construct of synergy with environment. In a similar manner, creativity can also be understood as the constructs of context and process.

A major objective of Organic Multiplicity is to bring a more diverse and pliant understanding to the practice of design. By acknowledging the conditional relevance of a wide variety of design solutions for any given project, we establish a dialog of critique which can analyze and interpret the components of a solution in a more objective and germane manner, without the distortions and omissions derived from prejudice or bias. This will allow for greater human understanding and wisdom in an increasingly complex society. Moreover, by acknowledging a variety of relevant design solutions we must accept and validate the presence of personal and cultural expression, as well as stylistic formula. This recognition of subjective expression recognizes the individual contributions of a project's participants in the determination of a final solution. In essence, the human spirit is given a proper place within the pursuit of a project's objective goals.

The other major objective of Organic Multiplicity is to connect our creative endeavors to the processes within nature, as a method of developing a more sympathetic and sustainable relationship to our environment. Just as nature adapts and evolves to the conditions of its environment, the human intellect adapts to the challenges of insight and invention. Given this, creativity can be considered as the process of adaptation and evolution. The human spirit is the manifestation of the will to survive and grow, in unison with all the other creatures of the earth. Understanding the creative process in this way gives us a bridge to the reintegration of our lives to our environment, in a way that the scientific and mathematical archetype cannot provide.