Urban Design Codes and Architecture Pattern books are a fundamental tool to create high standards and build consensus among the community, stakeholders and pubblic administration.
Used to control the materials, elements, colors, and finishes allowed in the public space anr private facades.
A great tool to stimulate ideas on how to treat the facade. It provides guidelines for the articulation toward a style desired.
Developing language that controls the Architectures, Arts and Designs proposed for a new set of guidelines that will eventually become the overlaying legal language in support of the stakeholders vision.
Practice areas range in scale from small public spaces or streets to neighborhoods, city-wide systems, or whole regions. Creating of a setting that imparts a sense of place to an area.
Involving the arrangement and design of buildings, public spaces, transport systems, services, and amenities.
A process of giving form, shape, and character to groups of buildings, to whole neighborhoods, and the city.
A framework that orders the elements into a network of streets, squares, and blocks. Blending architecture, landscape architecture, and city planning together to make urban areas functional and attractive.
Making connections between people and places, movement and urban form, nature and the built fabric. Thinking solutions together the many strands of place-making, environmental stewardship, social equity and economic viability into the creation of places with distinct beauty and identity.
Transcends planning and transportation policy, architectural design, development economics, engineering and landscape. It draws these and other strands together creating a vision for an area and then deploying the resources and skills needed to bring the vision to life.
Indoor spaces functional, safe, and beautiful by determining space requirements and selecting essential and decorative items, such as colors, lighting, textures and materials toward an unique identity.
Embracing diverse styles, Taking inspiration from people, arts, philosophies and everywhere.
Understanding the identity space and its function with courage, looking to embrace new technology and ideas including contemporary and modern homes, apartments, hotels, bars, restaurants, offices and stores.
Ability to explore new ideas and harness technology and data to challenge conventions.
It’s defined by proof that good design can improve outcomes and support people with their health, wellness and learning. a smarter, more sustainable, equitable and inspiring place.
Small homes, hotel, retail, health, religious places, sport, commercial & residential, institutional, villas, emergency habitat, schools, fire station and more
understanding of the end-user customer, the person for whom the product is being created.
Solving real problems for real people by using both empathy and knowledge of their prospective customers’ habits, behaviors, frustrations, needs, and wants.
Empathize with people, define the problem, ideate a solution, build a prototype and test the solution. It is not simply the process of making a product look better. Is a far broader, strategically and central role.