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Strategy + Design + Construction
Urban and territorial development has become a complex enterprise where strategic and technical aspects intermingled from the very beginning of the Project. With the idea of managing this new professional and cultural condition, LPA has set out three professional divisions: LPA Strategy, LPA Design and LPA Construction. The combination of these three divisions enables LPA to envision the whole process of development...
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LPA Strategy
Development + Planning
LPA Strategy provides consultancy in urban, landscape and territorial development, at the very initial phase - before design work. It provides the vision and the strategy that will make the project succeed. This division operates under the principles of sustainable development, and scopes strategies that engage the social, environmental and economic/market dimensions of the project. The production of a development strategy is highly trans-disciplinary. For this reason, LPA Strategy has teamed up...
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LPA Design
Urbanism + Landscape
LPA design provides full design and spatial planning services in the field of urbanism and landscape. This division is equipped with a robust design methodology based on the principles of bio-design and ecosystems thinking, which is optimized for regions with warm and hot climates. As a result, each project is designed for its integration within a natural, living dynamic, by finding optimal forms and organizations that promote well-being, environmental enhancement and social innovation...
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LPA Construction
Supervision + Management
LPA Construction provides full services in execution and construction management for urban and landscape projects. This division engages a team of architects and civil engineers that work with a broad range of collaborators and experts. The operations of this division are based on the intensive use of parametric and BIM (Building Information Modeling) software. These technologies enable the pre-building of a 5D (3D + cost + time) digital model of the project, which integrates physical information...
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