The 21st century is experiencing the greatest migration in the history of the world.
For the first time in history, the majority of the population lives in cities and this trend will continue to grow over the coming decades. By 2050, researchers, scientists, urban planners, and architects predict that ⅔ of humanity will be living in metropolitan areas.
The development and successful management of cities is faced with two key challenges:
1) Meeting the infrastructure needs of the growing urban population
2) Building modern and above all sustainable infrastructure
Driveways, paths, carparks, terraces, pedestrian zones, and privately used surfaces are important for the appearance and satisfaction of the inhabitants in the cities. These fe