Every project site is unique. The qualities of a place are informed by its physical location and by its unique cultural, historical, environmental, and sociopolitical context. An innovative master plan concept integrates these contextual forces with the project specific requirements into a sensible and meaningful design that responds to the prevalent urban fabric.

We approach each project with an in-depth analysis of the given site conditions. This research takes into consideration the connectivity to the site’s surroundings, the movement of different user groups and modes of transportation, current and historic events that may inform the new design, as well as other location specific factors like local customs and vernacular, climate patterns, geographic conditions, and other idiosyncrasies.
  The design  team develops a masterplan concept in response to the findings of the site analysis and the requirements of the architectural program. We make design that has its roots it its site, that is integrated with all modes of infrastructure, that is economically viable and functionally efficient, and that promotes environmental stewardship and urban sustainability. This site specific place-making allows us to create unique, culturally relevant places and a meaningful, memorable spacial experience.