As migration mounts and our cities grow, one of the biggest challenges we see is in the transactional relationship between citizens and cities. The current developmental pace has promoted haphazard infrastructure with absolute disregard to social science or aesthetics. Ownership and neighbourhood communities provide a sense of place and identity. In order to nurture ownership and building communities, investing in urban design details is of vital importance.
Rejuvenating public spaces, upgrading neighbourhoods and key centres of activities, involve huge investments. Urban roads are the most ubiquitous and democratic as they are used by every resident, including street hawkers, rickshaws, pedestrians, motorists, and public transport users. Bearing this in mind our focus is predominately on urban design and speedy resolutions to urban road issues.View Portfolio