urban design, form-based codes,
public spaces
Georgiadis Urban Design is a firm that creates visualizations of public spaces, writes land use regulations to deliver sustainable and walkable places, and designs multi-modal corridors, neighborhoods, and cities. 
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Opa Locka T.O.D. Master plan, with Chuck Bohl and University of Miami Graduate Students.  May 2013  
Fruitville Road Multi-Modal Redesign, with protected intersection and protected bike lanes and designated transit lanes, Sarasota, Florida, 2015 

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Our Services

We are new urbanists who reform the built environment in order to increase property values, improve public health, encourage walkability, and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change. Below are some of the ways that we can tackle these exciting challenges with you.    
  1. Master Plans
    We produce master plans for neighborhoods, corridors, villages, towns, and cities. Along with plans and diagrams, we make compelling visualizations and renderings to illustrate the potential future transformation of a place.
  2. Form-Based Codes (FBC)
    With FBCs, walkable urban form and the Transect, rather than separation of uses, are the organizing features of the code. FBCs are more responsive to the market, as they are more flexible in terms of permitted uses and density. Walkability is improved through increased connectivity, superior street frontages and street-friendly buildings.
  3. Streetscapes and Public Space Design
    We design streetscapes and public spaces that are comfortable and safe for all users. We design with a healthy dose of empathy, constantly asking ourselves: "How would I navigate this route as a cyclist, pedestrian, transit user, in a wheel chair, or with a stroller?"
  4. Architecture Authenticity Audit
    If you are a developer, architect, or architectural designer, would you like your building to be more authentic and attractive? We will review your plans and elevations and look for ways to increase both the elegance of the design's proportions and the authenticity of its construction details and facade composition.
  5. Transit Planning and T.O.D.
    We have Transit in our DNA. Ancestor Trajano Viriato de Medeiros laid some of the first streetcar tracks and intercity railway in Brazil in the 1800s. Grandfather Carlos Viriato de Medeiros helped plan and design the Metrorail in Miami-Dade County. Today we plan low-carbon Transit Systems and T.O.D. for communities and cities around the world.
  6. Charrettes and Public Participation
    We enjoy designing in public. Through the charrette method, we can shorten feedback loops and achieve consensus by setting up temporary design studios in the community for which we are planning and designing.