City planning, land-use planning, tourism planning, industrial planning, and strategic planning for different community types. Planning is the dynamic process of setting goals, developing strategies, and outlining tasks and schedules to accomplish these goals, and thus transform visions into reality. It deals with the organization of all the elements that make up cities and handles their growth and functionality, bringing many different disciplines under a single umbrella.
Master planning, urban land-use planning, city space design, and design guidelines. Urban Design is about establishing connections between people and places, movement and urban form, nature and the built fabric. It brings together the many aspects of place-making, sustainability and economic viability into the creation of places with distinct beauty and clear identity.
Site design, softscape, hardscape, water features, and street furniture. Landscaping is the design of outdoor, public and private spaces that are both visually striking and functional, achieving environmental, behavioural and aesthetic outcomes. The success of a design relies heavily on the systematic examination and understanding of the existing social, ecological, and geological conditions of the site.
Architectural design for different building types. Architecture is the art and science of building; addressing both viability and cost for the builder, as well as aesthetics and function for the user. It is about the creative manipulation and coordination of materials, forms and technology, with the aim of providing the spatial and shelter needs of people, thus deeply affecting their well-being, security and quality of living.
Interior design for hotels, offices and residential buildings. Interior design is the art of creating indoor spaces. It is a multi-Faceted profession, in which aesthetic and technical skills are applied within a building- based on an understanding of architectural elements- to conceive an interior environment that fulfills the client’s needs and aspirations.
Geotechnical studies, surveying works, structural design and structural systems. Structural engineering is a professional discipline that deals with the analysis and design of structures that support or resist loads. Every part of a building is subject to the effects of outside forces: gravity, wind, earthquakes, and temperature changes, to mention only a few. Throughout history, people have constructed buildings that have withstood these forces over a long period of time, primarily using rules of thumb derived from their own experiences and those of their predecessors. In recent centuries, the scientific and industrial revolutions introduced analytical approaches that allowed designers to go beyond empirical limitations and predict the behaviour of building systems and components that existed only in their imaginations.
Planning, organizing and managing the various tasks involved in a construction project to ensure completion in accordance with technical drawings, while controlling the specified time frame and budget.
Visualization is the art of creating an image, diagram or animation to communicate any idea, whether abstract or concrete, to engage the visual senses making an idea more of a reality.