The studio is structured as an introduction to urban design representation and how it is used as a means of design thinking. The premise is that urban design is best understood and expressed through the study and representation of the built urban environment. Hence, the studio focused on the study and representation of the key urban elements in cities (building types, urban blocks, streets, and public spaces), The Elements of Urban Design exercise focused on methods of effectively capturing and communicating the spatial qualities of the urban built environment. In the next exercise of urban open space design, we are involved in design problems involving everyday public places such as streets, neighborhood open spaces, public infrastructure, etc. The exercise involves identifying problems and potentials, proposing urban design solutions and communication through effective representation of the existing and proposed scenario.