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FUTURE OF URBAN ENVIRONMENTS

Redesigning Urban  for Regenerative Communities 

OUR THESIS

According to the World Bank, by 2050, cities will accommodate 70 % of the global population. Today, they already host most of the world's population, accounting for 70 % of greenhouse gas emissions and consuming 75 % of the world's electricity. We delve into the transformations of cities in response to social, economic, and environmental challenges. Collaborating with various stakeholders – developers, architects, engineers, urban planners, public authorities, startups – we are shaping the urban spaces of tomorrow through tangible solutions.

Investment Angles

How design practices can leverage circularity in the construction and housing sectors

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How design practices can promote affordable building and housing

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How blue economy innovations can serve coastal community resilience through a hydrosocial approach


Today, 60% of the world's population lives in coastal areas. The number of coastal dwellers continues to rise, but the climate crisis raises concerns for our health, safety and well-being. 

Yet communities can seize several under-exploited opportunities that the ocean offers to adapt: renewable wave and tidal energy, drinking water supply, sustainable use of marine resource, or responsible tourism. 

Key Protagonists

Representing a diversity of partners and stak

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