Mixed Use is a worldwide trend that we, too, are fully immersed in. Given the demand for more diverse, economically flexible developments, Mixed Use has emerged as a viable alternative to stand-alone single-use building sites. Mixed Use projects acknowledge that the way we live, work and play in an urban setting has evolved and that it is now palatable and most often desirable for various users to coexist within a singular development. For over ten years now, we have been at the forefront of Mixed Use development, having unraveled complex building programs in a variety of urban environments around the world. We have perfected the ins and outs of combining retail, office, hotel, residential and cultural uses into a cohesive whole while allowing each disparate part to maintain its identity. The complexity of each Mixed-Use project makes the best use of our design expertise, invigorating our practice and allowing us to best utilize our problem-solving abilities. Working alongside our clients, we are committed to solving the design problems inherent to Mixed-Use in the most creative, yet efficient manner. In short, our approach to Mixed Use is to add value by integrating disparate uses without sacrificing unique identities.