transforming cities is more than a physical change. It has to do with a variety of psychological, social and cultural attributes. Looking at the city in a holistic approach is the only way to make a meaningful change.
Understanding and adapting the physical space to the needs of society is crucial to creating better cities. We plan and design urban intervention for short- and long-term to make this change.
Good urban design is fruitless without people using it. We create together with cities and residents good programming that helps streets, neighborhoods, and communities to flourish.
We understand the process of city making and the complicated network of stakeholders that cities are made of. Using a transition theory, we shape a path to better places.