The configuration and design of the public realm conditions our behaviour and relationship with the city. Urban design defines the character of streets and squares, pavements, urban furniture, green space and trees, roads, parking and lighting.
Urban mobility systems and road hierarchy, including driveways, sidewalks, bike lanes, etc. – define the arrangement of a traffic system made of avenues, boulevards, roundabouts, crossroads, walks, and their relationship with the context.
The project is developed from a study of flows and uses to define proposals that optimise traffic, guarantee accessibility and creatively qualify meeting and interaction spaces.