Urban Regeneration of Heritage Sites and Modern Neighborhoods

MATERIA is experienced in leading best-in-class consortia on the development of Strategies and Masterplan for the regeneration of Heritage and Urban neighbourhoods denoting a high potential. Longer-term strategies are developed in parallel of Action Plans comprising of actual projects being delivered on the ground from the early phases of a regeneration plan.

MATERIA promotes an inclusive model of urbanism that aims to establish mixed-use neighborhoods where sustainability, affordability, diversity and human scale drive planning, investment and development.

Heritage assets are brought back to life in the conviction that traditional form of urbanism can adapt to contemporary life to ensure old city centres and heritage trails can remain important cores for the cities of tomorrow.

Schools, Cultural Hubs and other social infrastructure are to be established as centres of urban life around which to encourage the formation of thriving mixed-use communities.

With the strong conviction that we will be relevant in the future because of our knowledge of a site history, materials and traditions. An approach that has led many of MATERIA projects to be showcased by international museum and institutions as a benchmark of sustainable development.