Through consideration of each project at both a holistic and a detail level, we work with our clients to create design solutions that are tailored to the characteristics of the site, the vision for new development and the relevant parameters for construction.

Planning and design of six primary building types from dormer bungalows to town houses and apartments. Particular design considerations have included the heavy seasonal rainfall, local vernacular and materials and also, creating openings to minimise solar gain while allowing passive ventilation and views. Planning and design of six primary building types from dormer bungalows to town houses and apartments. Particular design considerations have included the heavy seasonal rainfall, local vernacular and materials and also, creating openings to minimise solar gain while allowing passive ventilation and views. Renovation of existing structures and new build for a hotel and wellness resort overlooking Beirut and the Mediterranean Sea. Located on a steep site, the complex is arranged around a central area with swimming pools, gardens and dining areas. Construction was completed in 2013. Renovation of existing structures and new build for a hotel and wellness resort overlooking Beirut and the Mediterranean Sea. Located on a steep site, the complex is arranged around a central area with swimming pools, gardens and dining areas. Construction was completed in 2013. Site planning and design of four primary houses types for a development of 120 new dwellings with Sir Frank Mears Associates for M&J Ballentine Developments. Concept design of a mix use complex of 15 hectares that is located around China's proposed tallest building, a public transport interchange and a core area of civic space in Jinan. Owing to the projected height of the tower and the scale of the surrounding infrastructure, particular consideration has been applied to the massing of the new development in order to ensure that a human scale is maintained at ground level while a landscape bridge has been proposed to improve access between the site and the adjacent park. Concept design of a mix use complex of 15 hectares that is located around China's proposed tallest building, a public transport interchange and a core area of civic space in Jinan. Owing to the projected height of the tower and the scale of the surrounding infrastructure, particular consideration has been applied to the massing of the new development in order to ensure that a human scale is maintained at ground level while a landscape bridge has been proposed to improve access between the site and the adjacent park. Concept design of a mix use complex of 15 hectares that is located around China's proposed tallest building, a public transport interchange and a core area of civic space in Jinan. Owing to the projected height of the tower and the scale of the surrounding infrastructure, particular consideration has been applied to the massing of the new development in order to ensure that a human scale is maintained at ground level while a landscape bridge has been proposed to improve access between the site and the adjacent park. Located on an area of 0.9 hectares that gradually slopes towards the golf course, new development includes a large family residence, guest accommodation and a variety of recreational activities. Particular design considerations have included the arrangement of accommodation to provide a hierarchy of private and semi-private areas with shading, encourage views across the site, respond to changes in level and support a sustainable drainage strategy.