Intersect and reflect
Intersect and reflect: By constantly cutting through a design project, the spatial possibilities become rich. The urban designer should not stop at the facade, but should move into several dimensions. Think through the buildings, involve the sky and the ground, and stop sketching when you feel the relevance waning. This creates an urban design
cross-section that, in addition to spatial principles, also includes social experience, sustainable systems and ideas for programming. It is important to make these intersections in multiple phases and always reflect them at the higher scale level through area cross sections and maps. Consider making these reflections thematic and not integral, so that the different themes become recognizable and you reduce the complexity of your design project to a clear and understandable level.