It is undeniable that the way we live our everyday lives is directly linked to the built environments in which we live. And yet so often good design of our buildings is sacrificed in exchange for conformity, ease, time, and complacency of detail.
For most of us our built environment is where we spend a large portion of our time, and also what we spend most of our money on. It is where we work, eat, celebrate, share, and relax, and its potential and effectiveness will be totally determined by its design.
With this belief, every project is stared anew, with its individually specific parameters, such that it will be surprisingly innovative but always relevant.