When working on a new task in urbanism, we devote at least half of our time to understanding the location and its context. A new design is like a layer of writing on a sheet that has already been written over. Houses can be rebuilt or brought down, but the lines in a cadastral map, dividing private and public plots of land, can last for centuries. This is why we openly acknowledge traditions and tried and tested principles of building towns and municipalities. A street, a square, a park, an embankment, a promenade, a boulevard, an alley or a village square are spaces bearing a name. When given a name, they come into existence and become real. For us, urbanism means creating such spaces, which then become part of a higher order incorporating other buildings. Urbanism means designing a space and setting up rules for the construction process. It is about principles and about setting a course, which involves certain amount of arbitrariness and liquidity, which are typical of today’s society. Our proposals seek balance between freedom and rules. We focus on what is common, that is public spaces and their quality. It is here that we see the need to look for a common solution, since the individual constructors cannot secure the overall quality of the public space. Here we need plans, which stand above the individual buildings. The value of a house is always affected by its location and urbanism is about creating that location. 

We offer treatment of urban studies, regulations and plans. Urban studies and regulation plans are authenticated in 3D models to reveal the proportions and mutual bonds between the buildings. Public spaces should create a network, where you can easily orient yourself and create a personal relationship to individual spaces. Each of the spaces should have its distinctive character. An inseparable part of our job is to complete and reshape the landscape. In this area, we cooperate with other experts. We have immense respect for the landscape, which is the basis of our existence on the Earth.