What we do
We understand urban planning and health as two closely related concepts: health as a planning tool, and the city as a tool for health. That’s why we combine theory with practice, placing the health and well-being of individuals at the centre of urban policies and projects.
Over the past few years, we have developed projects that lie at the intersection of urbanism and health, between design and evaluation, between research and practice. These projects include health impact assessments, research projects, drafting guidelines or criteria, providing training for technicians, and urban planning writing.
Our work is organised into 3 main categories: Lab, Action, and Tool. From research and theoretical foundations to the application in practical projects and the development of support tools for practitioners and decision-makers.