We have extensive experience working on Smart Ecological Cities based on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals as well as initiatives such as Society 5.0 that provide new social contracts and economic models by adopting technological innovation beyond the fourth industrial revolution. Using architecture integrated not only with smart systems and technology but also nature and environment, we are focusing on developing cities and urban providing solutions that generate economic prosperity
through innovative ways of living and working made possible by new types of smart urban organization. Solutions we are using including the application of renewable power for the electrolysis of seawater and the production of hydrogen fuel cells or integrating urban farming with residential neighbourhoods, bringing the production and consumption of much closer together. These holistic solutions are part of our smart-ecological approach to future cities and human habitation.