Healing architecture for mother and babies in the Democratic Republic of Congo; people-centred design, adapted to local needs.
A futuristic facility that aims to achieve the highest levels of sustainability in Central-East Africa.
Accelerating the transition towards zero-carbon cities by turning an urban brownfield site in Leeds into a resilient, green, mixed-use neighbourhood.
The largest urban transformation of our time; moving the Arctic city of Kiruna, while preserving its unique character and collective memory.
Greenland’s identity has inspired the design of a new type of psychiatric clinic. The “psychiatric pavilion” in Nuuk incorporates the principles of healing architecture in a unique location.
Boys use up to 80% of urban space, while girls feel ten times more insecure within it. Flickrum investigates a more inclusive planning process for all.
A twelve-storey, residential-led mixed-use urban renewal scheme that reflects the diversity of Malmö.