Research is at the core of all projects. Building upon a solid understanding and contextualisation, plans & decisions can be made effectively and guide the process towards the intended outcome.
Everything which surrounds us is constituted of design – from the furniture we use, the architecture, to our urban areas. But design is also the human language of communication – finding its place from data visualisation to presentations, reports and findings.
Mapping & GIS
Our cities and regions are intrinsically spatial. While some layers such as infrastructure are evident, also socio-economic or non-quantitative data can be localised. This allows us to find patterns, measuring impacts and make evidence-based decisions.
Closely linked to spatialised information, our cities produce and contain a multiplicity of data – often underused. The effective analysis through statistical and advanced tools produces a foundation which should not act as a singular source of knowledge but as a substantial contribution to our understanding of urban complexity.
Workshops & Training
The best place to advance ourselves and learn and give back to others is in the format of multidisciplinary workshops and training. The interactive and participatory exchange with all stakeholders, ranging from the private and public sector to academia and the community, should always be at the core of inclusive development.
Applied in a variety of projects such as architectural and urban design and European research, project management provides the needed tools to make good use of resources and ensure timely and successful completion of all types of activities.
What is Urban Framework?
The concept of Urban Framework is planning and managing urban areas through adaptive, responsive & evidence-based frameworks – creating the environment for sustainable & inclusive urbanisation.