Successful city development relies on accurate and strategic city planning, whereby a framework is put in place that lays down a set of rules for a coherent and sustainable evolution.
City planning encompasses social, cultural and environmental aspects as well as formal factors such as density, land use or transport systems. Effective city planning promotes a diverse and compact urban realm, where a cohesive urban fabric can accommodate various functions and scales, and growth can be managed and planned in an orderly way.
From the conservation of historic neighbourhoods or the regeneration of neglected areas and the comprehensive master planning required to control urban sprawl, the schematic and strategic design of a city is a process of oversight and consolidation, of contextual assessment and innovative thinking. This is what we strive for in our approach to city planning.