Architecture cannot be disconnected from its surroundings. It is therefore from the utmost importance to, before starting on the actual urban design, study the existing landscape, urban and regional planning.
Finding and developing existing qualities in landscape and architecture to create a new urban interpretation, both from history as to present and future, has a prominent place in our designs.
In addition, the final shaping of the landscape design can find a new basis in the geomorphological features of the site. Soil, relief and hydrological properties can provide specific principles for the final design of plant species and vegetation types.
Town planning becomes an experience…