An urban design aims to foster togetherness; thus, creating a sense of common interest can make a good urban design. But that isn’t enough, and there is much more to be thought of. First of all, the design should have a good concept that goes well with people and is attractive as a form. Next, the design must have something that people could relate to; rather than just a beautiful form, it must be inclusive. A good urban design must have a local significance and must be responsive to the context. Urban structure, urban grain, density, and zone must be addressed to make the design comfortable for everyone. On a micro-scale, factors like streetscape, façade, interface and materials also contribute towards a good design. So basically, a good urban design can blend in and stand out at the same time.