Urban Design

Public space expresses a city’s cultural life. It should be inclusive and dynamic in its street design, pedestrian corridors, urban structures and open space, with a clearly delineated hierarchy. It relies on a balance of coherence and variety, logic and surprise, familiar patterns against a diversity of forms. A nuanced response to the relationship of people to place, and a restorative approach to urban design that reconnects us in some way to nature.

Urban Design Case Studies

Integrating civic centres with nature, compressing built form and detailing the fine-grain of mixed-use arenas gives the city breathing space.

Integrating civic centres with nature, compressing built form and detailing the fine-grain of mixed-use arenas gives the city breathing space.