Seventy percent of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050, and Adrian McGregor doesn’t think urban areas are ready to handle this increase. That’s why the landscape architecture and urban design firm McGregor Coxall is dedicated to preparing the built environment for increased population density, as well as environmental and economic changes in the coming decades.
By Eric Gilbey, RLA, ASLA, Prof. APLD, Landscape Architecture Industry Specialist at Nemetschek Vectorworks
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Adrian McGregor is managing partner of McGregor Coxall, a landscape architecture and urban design firm based in Sydney, Australia, and founder of The Biocity Studio, an innovative research group and internet portal that encourages action to ensure a cleaner, stronger world.
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