Foremost, the cultural underpinnings of the sova way of life must be propelled by the engineers, architects, and designers.
The framework the Bible lays out is obviously a legal and a spiritual one but the Bible also indicates the need for cultural and institutional under-girding of those laws, and that is where the engineers and the designers come into the picture.
The values of simplicity coupled to the values of resiliency, when embodied in esthetically appealing artifacts, can convey and demonstrate how the social order could bend toward a sturdier moral plane that is both elevated and more generally accessible.
Moral precepts are best promoted when they are embodied in beautiful things. Engineers and designers could accomplish such promotion by thinking in novel ways about how to fashion the materials of our abundant lives.