Good urban design creates inclusive places that address social inequality and barriers to mobility, while preserving each area’s unique local character. We take into account the needs of wide urban demographics, while creating the conditions that bring the city’s diverse populations together. By integrating blue and green infrastructure, strengthening connections between and beyond areas, and improving open access to public space, we can design healthy, resilient places that promote diversity and encourage active citizenship.
Densifying Stockholm to increase walkability and wellbeing.
The largest urban transformation of our time; moving the Arctic city of Kiruna, while preserving its unique character and collective memory.
Rebuilding a neighbourhood on the imprints of the past
An unconventional mixed-use building at the heart of Väsby’s community life.
A landmark mixed-use neighbourhood inspired by Scandinavian design. A vibrant new centre for learning, celebration and worship.
Shaping the future of an iconic Norwegian waterfront
Regjeringskvartalet integrates a new government quarter into the heart of the city, reflecting a stronger Norwegian democracy.
Accelerating the transition towards zero-carbon cities by turning an urban brownfield site in Leeds into a resilient, green, mixed-use neighbourhood.