02 Urban Planning


Our architecture and urban planning department constantly studies how urban dwellers interact with the built environment.
Urban planning is a direct component of cities and neighbourhoods long term development, physical design and management of urban structures and urban sociology.
At the same time, in creating a building, it is necessary to understand the space in which it will be located, identifying the architecture with the physical entity of the city.

The principles of urban design and development must always be adapted to new revitalizations, including highways, expanding urban areas, urban neighbourhoods, urban centers and perhaps even entire regions.
We always rely on tools to reform the zoning, developing types of utilitarian architecture.

Detailed Urban Planning (P.U.D.)

A PUD lays down regulations relating mainly to setbacks to the lateral and rear boundaries of the plot of land on which a new construction is to be erected or an existing one to be modified.

Also, elements that are the object of PUD are the functional and aesthetic relations with the neighborhood, the inscription of the objective and its architectural treatment by reference to the neighboring built and natural framework, the design of public spaces, conformation of constructions, arrangements and plantations, urban illustration of the proposed solution.

Area Urban Planning (P.U.Z.)

The zonal urban plan is the regulatory instrument that coordinates the integrated urban development of some areas that have a high level of complexity or in which the urban dynamics is accentuated.

The regulations contained in a PUZ can refer to the architectural-urban organization according to the characteristics of the urban structure, the organization of the street network, the land use, the development of urban infrastructure, the legal status and movement of land, the protection of historical monuments and easements in protected areas. of them. In support of the proposals from PUZ, cartograms, diagrams, graphs, etc. can be presented in addition, which can illustrate conclusions of the substantiation studies that are the basis of the regulatory proposals for the development of the studied area.