Bring all your requirements—concerning walkability, sustainability, climate adaptation, zoning, safety and much more—together all in one model
To manage large scale urban projects, break them down into smaller parts—differentiating between spaces, systems and elements—and define the critical interfaces.
Every urban function comes with detail requirements. Integrate all these in a single model and maintain overview.
Systematically review and validate design proposals. Make sure that none of your essential requirements is overlooked or ignored.
Different stakeholders can easily work together, making comments and posing questions, removing inefficiency and friction in the process.
Cut development time by defining standard specifications (e.g. for spaces like parks and streets, and elements like waste bins and street lighting) which you can then easily (re)use.