Healthy urban living for everyone

“The city can no longer be in the land… the land must be in the city.”

The world is too valuable to be thoughtlessly overbuilt

The best solutions lie at the intersection of urban planning and architecture

A program is the beginning, but not the end

Technology and economics are crucial prerequisites for a sustainable concept

Sustainability is physical, socio-cultural, and economic

Compactness, energy, and ecology can go hand in hand.

The soft values (social impact, ‘happiness,’ ‘well-being,’ and ‘healthy living,’ and ‘aesthetics’) provide a construction project with tangible economic value

Density is a prerequisite for qualitatively good space in the city and in buildings

The process, the journey, is a crucial prerequisite for the ultimate beauty of the project

Collective spaces constitute important ingredients in urban and building design

Data, AI, and participation will be decisive in future developments