Urban spaces are shared spaces. This is where people of different social and cultural backgrounds, gender and ages meet. We design urban spaces with an emphasis on social inclusivity, comfort, aesthetics, and nature.
Digitalization has radically transformed the way we interact. Not only do digital tools affect the way we interact with one another, they also affect the relationship between people and space. As the distinction between private and public spaces blurs, the need for shared spaces increases. Healthy cities need spaces that embrace various functions and users, while also promoting a sense of community and belonging.
By working with data and behavioral patterns carefully integrated with nature and local microclimates, we develop innovative urban spaces and plans with emphasis on contextual sensibility and social diversity, bringing people together in new ways.
We are embracing Gdansk’s substantial maritime history by creating three distinct urban spaces to serve as anchors in the revitalization of the Imperial Shipyard: The Plaza, The Park, and The Dock.
The Plaza is located by the famous Sala BHP-building to pay tribute to the signing of the Gdansk Agreement in 1980, a victory for the worker’s movement. Here you may find ice-skating in the winter, and market days in the summer. The Park brings a lush, urban forest for people to come together and enjoy the outdoors within the city. The Dock by the waterfront is the heart of Gdansk. It connects the shipyard to the city center and serves as a lively swimming pool with purified water. Learn more about how we are reviving the natural area before construction.