Integrated planning

Integrated planning involves the work of an interdisciplinary group of experts from the field of geomancy-holistic ecology, architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, sociology, economics and engineering.

This integrative approach seeks to organically link open spaces and built structures. It is based on a thorough analysis of the environment as a multidimensional structure. In addition to the environment’s natural resources, landscape typology and visual characteristics, the analysis also takes the environment’s more subtle forces into account that are the foundation of properly placing the built elements.

Monitoring and advising within the formation process of the project as a whole includes intensive collaboration with the client. The result of joint cooperation is thus an original and innovative architectural solution that serves both the immediate and wider location as well as the multidimensional spatial structure into which a certain complex or object is integrated.

An integrated spatial design ensures healthy living conditions, quality and balance in meeting people’s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs.

The basic principles of design based on geomancy (holistic ecology) aim to achieve spatial and ecological balance, social acceptability and economic viability. Those principles thus ensure high quality of living. The organic intertwinement of built and open spaces contributes to the visibility of the environment and builds a new spatial identity.