Living together in the city

More housing is being built on less space – a move to densify our towns and cities that is driven by many factors: scarcity of land and its increased value are of significant impact but there is also an environmental imperative driving more compact forms of living. Of course, there is a perception that high-density living comes with disadvantages, from lack of privacy to lack of community spirit. Yet there are strategies that can make high-density housing kinder, more neighbourly. Read more

Talk / Urban Design London

How can an urban tower maintain legibility and respect of context?

Research / Fabric of PlaceEminent Ground: tall buildings in the city

Eminent Ground: tall buildings in the city

Research / SustainabilityPassivtower: a sustainable solution for the high-density city?

Passivtower: a sustainable housing solution for the high density city?

Talk / Citymakers: Catalytic

What are the primary catalysts driving urban development?

Research / Fabric of PlaceThe residential perimeter block: principles, problems and particularities

The residential perimeter block: principles, problems and particularities