Since it embraces any theory or style given its contextual pertinence, Organic Multiplicity exists as a design theory and methodology without a signature style or visual construct. By practicing design in this manner, the dialog of design can be focused upon the contextual relevance of a design solution, rather than squabbling between entrenched camps of specific visual doctrine.

This creative freedom encourages us to develop an elasticity of expression. This creative flexibility enables us to develop solutions that are more suitable and sensitive to a specific contextual environment than would be afforded by more myopic conceptual or visual perspectives. Moreover, by promoting greater depth in expression, Organic Multiplicity impels us to evolve and grow cognitively and creatively, enabling us to develop a much richer and more harmonious creative working environment.

By understanding design as the construct of pragmatic and quantifiable objectives set within conditional forces of personal expression and subjective interpretation and evaluation, Organic Multiplicity offers a more contextually appropriate manner in which to discuss and interpret the practice of design. By not having an allegiance to a specific visual formula, we are free to analyze and critique the various theories and visual vernaculars of design in an unbiased and objective manner.

In this sense, we are able to understand the analysis of design as the observation and evaluation of conceptual ecosystems that are present within a larger contextual environment, constructed from objective and subjective forces.
As stated above, by validating the subjective nature of design, we are then free to focus our attention upon the content of a given solution, rather than its expression. What's important is its conceptual relevance to the contextual environment. Are the needs and desires of a given design project successfully addressed by a corresponding solution? And, within a range of subjective solutions, what are the similarities and differences between them and how do they relate to the nature of the problem at hand.

One of the most interesting outcomes of accepting subjectivity within design is in the understanding of paradox. Whereas more narrowly defined conceptual references disavow the relevance of contradictory stances, Organic Multiplicity accepts contradictory expressions of a design solution, as long as they are contextually appropriate. Indeed, a given solution may include contradictory relationships in order to give a greater depth to the fulfillment a project's requirements. In this manner, paradox can be considered as a form of expressive response to a design project. On a final note, the occurrence of paradox within design harmonizes with the presence of paradox within nature itself, as nature can be considered as symbiotic cycles of life and death.