Real Estate Projects for an Emerging Future

We want to connect companies and innovators that share the same key focal points. This is why we are developing trend-setting real estate projects in the leading metropolises of the world. We do understand these objects as multidimensional platforms that are reflecting manifold aspects of humanity based on an integral approach. They also work as workshops for practicing community and innovation. This is the most supportive foundation for the growth of awareness for community-oriented actions.

Beginnings of Real Estate

Taos Pueblo is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities.

Since early days, people lived in communities that offered protection from enemies as well as access to food – the community-life was fundamental for survival. Working, living and socializing were one and the locations for settlements were chosen consciously. The construction of houses followed principles of order by the specific culture. For thousands of years, knowledge about urban planning and architecture has been collected and deepened. Besides functional and economic aspects, the knowledge also contained cultural, social and spiritual elements.

Influence of Modern Society

City in 1898 heavily impacted shipbuilding and heavy engineering

As industrialization went on, living and working sooner or later became more and more separated in space. It was the individual path of life rather than the collective experience that was in the foreground. Individualization went on together with a view on life that was more and more based on science – cultural, spiritual and social values became less important. We can notice this process in architectures and cities that are more and more one dimensional when economic aspirations, functionality and monetary success are the main baselines.

Third Millennium Transformation

WeWork shared office space in Toronto, Canada

Social transformation from industrial age to a knowledge-based society affords a huge cognitive capacity from people, but also a lot of flexibility and creativity. Moreover, digital colonization of human life disconnects people further  from social exchange and human interaction. These developments have affected new trends into the field of real estate, setting the benchmark for a progressive way of construction in the post-industrialized environment: Co-Working and co-living are compensating the growing demand for social interaction and community besides digital communication.

Resurrecting a Holistic Approach

The Eishin Campus in Japan is an example of human-centered design

The post-industrial world demands places which offer a holistic environment which resembles those forms of life from earlier days: the unity of working and living. We understand real estate as a platform where multiple aspects of human life are mirrored, and universal principles of order are applied. Human needs thus determine the construction of the physical world, and they shape the environment. The results are places which people do like to enter and where they like to work. Non-intended encounters in an inspiring environment provide the perfect base for creativity and new ways of thinking.