Our projects move between disciplines and scales, with an emphasis on the interface between urban development and landscape architecture.
It is important to us to read urban landscapes intensively and to reveal the history of a place. This includes analyzing natural parameters such as geology, site conditions, climate, water, vegetation and their effects on urbanization processes. As well as the search for cultural traces of a place, with their meanings inscribed like archaeological layers.
In doing so, it is self-evident to us to explore, map and present the complexity and dynamics of urban landscapes to be able to start designing with those processes.