Designing Regenerative Cities

Regenerative city design focuses on creating sustainable systems that enable cities to thrive while also contributing to the health and wellbeing of the planet and its inhabitants. This involves integrating natural systems into urban design, promoting renewable energy sources, supporting local food systems, and fostering social connections and community engagement. By prioritising regenerative practices, cities can become more resilient, adaptable, and thriving for current and future generations.

What do we work on?

We work together with municipalities and consulting and engineering firms, to steer towards net-zero in the built environment. We prototype and model sustainable and creative interventions. We experiment in real life and neighbourhoods as well as model situations via digital twins.

  • “Green Infrastructure Planner: Integrating nature into urban design”
  • “Renewable Energy Hub: Promoting clean energy adoption in cities”
  • “Community Engagement Platform: Fostering citizen involvement in city planning”