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    • Urbanism

      Successful communities are a balance of buildings and nature. 

    • We are driven by the promise of the future. We believe that the success of communities lies in the balance of buildings and nature that form its character, the creation of sustainable urbanism and equitable environments that facilitate interaction at their core. As our cities and populations grow, designing for healthy living and resiliency at an urban scale is more important than ever. Giving nature an equal place in our communities, in balance with the provisions of people and new forms of mobility, is the future.  

      We work to create communities from the ground up, to regenerate urban spaces that formerly served different functions and to revitalize polluted areas. Our ambition lies not in creating isolated destinations, but in crafting journeys of sensory experience across the urban grain.  We maximize the potential of spaces through intelligent, data-driven, scenario planning to create a buffer against the consequences of climate change. From analyzing the large-scale factors that affect urban districts from infrastructure to investigating microbial impacts, we gather holistic insights to create high-impact solutions for cities and communities around the world.

    • Urban Planning

      We take a multidisciplinary approach to urban planning, bringing together landscape architects, practitioners, and researchers to design holistic urban spaces. We are specialists in microclimate design and take a data-driven approach to designing comfortable urban areas.

    • Urban Spaces

      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.