Middle East Architect featured our Managing Director – MENA Kerem Cengiz and Director – Planning & Urban Design Jason Ho’s opinions on designing waterfront developments. They discussed key principles on how to maximise the user experience while mitigating the negative effects on the natural environment.
Kerem shed light on the challenges and opportunities in the GCC and suggested how the firm’s past experience can provide inspiration about utilising existing resources.
“Waterfronts are natural assets that should belong to everyone. They are public realm and should be accessible for the enjoyment of all, except when they are used for very specific and strategic uses that require direct waterfront access, like ports and naval installations,” explained Jason.
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