Urban Design Competition (2021)
The light industrial axis is constituted by offices for automotive, naval, aerospace industry, engineering and design studios, testing facilities, marketing companies, creative industries workshops, co-working spaces, microbreweries, storage, manufacturing and high-end technological products, together with ancilliary facilities such as cantinas, temporary living, conference areas, sports centers, restaurants.

The tourism based cluster is connecting all areas with a series of promenades, public spaces, sport facilities, urban gardens, parks and public squares. A central element is the main public square near IT center tower, called The Agore, a place for cultural exhibitions, events, and fairs.


Urban Design Competition (2021)
The international consortium presents 10 main development directions for the agglomeration project, focusing on infrastructure, transport, and culture. The proposal involves extensive infrastructure reconstruction, including restarting Astrakhan’s urban transport system, constructing transport hubs, and improving route networks.

Cultural heritage sites in Astrakhan are prioritized for restoration, aiming to boost tourism. By reconstructing historical buildings, the tourism model shifts from “airport – fishing – airport” to a network of routes, centered around Astrakhan’s cultural and educational offerings.

The plan also introduces a green framework system, restoring embankments, existing green spaces, and creating small landscaping features. Detailed urban development sites include an eco-park on City Island, quarters near the Opera House in Astrakhan, and new residential areas in Narimanov and Liman village.


Urban Design Competition (2022)
For this urban design proposal, Urbasofia presents a visionary strategy to establish a thriving green belt within Cluj’s southern periphery. This innovative initiative aims to interconnect vital ecosystems, urban green spaces, and agricultural zones, acting as a protective buffer amidst urban expansion and natural landscapes. Our proposal harmoniously aligns with recent urban developments such as Sopor district and East Park, and Bună Ziua Park takes center stage in this transformative endeavor. At the heart of our design lies the transformation of the Becaș river arms into ecological corridors, seamlessly linking habitats and facilitating the movement of diverse wildlife species. Our vision prioritizes the revitalization of the human-nature relationship, offering residents opportunities for engagement through community gardens, sensory experiences, and observation sites.