To develop the city and enhance people’s well-being, we establish green infrastructures that respond to urban needs as well as enrich the environment.


The river is a foundation of human life, but we have lost the relationships with the river through time. Hence, we propose innovative approaches to bring back relationships between the river and people.


We collaborate with communities to establish the right solution to tackle increasing social and environmental challenges. We work as a team to create an inclusive future for everyone.


We turn abandoned areas throughout the city into public spaces that provide people recreational, creative and inclusive spaces. The spaces enhance social activities and also meet the residents’ needs sustainably.

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Jin Well Being County

Jin Wellbeing County

Inspired to create the “Community in the Ravine Forest”, Shma turns this lifestyle complex into a forest in the city with a wide variety of plants and stream. With perfect ecosystem, birds and insects will be attracted to the project, creating a seamless link with the nature. Shma believes that a perfect harmony in living with nature will enhance people’s physical and mental health, leading to longevity.

Sky Forest Scape

“SKY FOREST SCAPE” is a new type of public space on the roof for Bangkok. It is a part of the new mixed use development called “SIAMSCAPE” which is located at the heart of ‘Siam Square’ – a vibrant young-gen commercial district. This project is a part of the bigger masterplan that aims to revamp ‘Siam Square’ with more people-centric urban spaces including walking street, gathering places, and greenery.

Sky Forest Scape

Le Meridien

Le Meridien

Le Meridien Hotel is located in an urban intersection of Zhengzhou City, China. It is a small-scale renovation project with around 6,000 SQM of landscape area in the front of an existing five-star hotel completed in 2013 by Neri & Hu. The client’s brief is looking for a stunning hotel frontage landscape to improve the overall appearance as well as resolve the ground parking spaces and vehicular movement at the same time.