Equity in housing is a global precondition for strong communities. Our residential architecture is designed with empathy; aiming to lower segregation and improve health, wellbeing and individual prospects in life. We address universal needs; such as maximising daylight and access to green space, emphasising the importance of neighbourhood, or flexible design to accommodate life changes. Through new forms of housing, such as co-living, we enhance student to senior living and every life stage in between – housing for all.
How do you design universal homes that reflect diverse ways of living?
Rebuilding a neighbourhood on the imprints of the past
A landmark mixed-use neighbourhood inspired by Scandinavian design. A vibrant new centre for learning, celebration and worship.
Accelerating the transition towards zero-carbon cities by turning an urban brownfield site in Leeds into a resilient, green, mixed-use neighbourhood.
Student living that encourages empathy and care
Setting a new agenda for healthy cities worldwide
Living the cosmopolitan high life
Award-winning architecture that promotes social cohesion
An inner-city sanctuary amidst the hum of the city.