Architects throughout history have always been inspired by the latest discoveries in their contemporary world. For instance, the Greek and Roman culture investigated the human body and its structural proportions and as a result, their architectural forms reflected these investigations. Similarly, we are influenced by our society and culture, which is driven by advancements in science, technology, and the rapid exchange of information.
We approach our work by investigating its inherent psychological, cultural, and environmental factors - regardless of size or complexity. Before drawing the first line, we take the time to understand the client’s needs as well as the project’s geographic and cultural context. We see every project as an investigation and seek out work that challenges established notions of design. Our process involves using the latest 3D software to explore complex ideas allowing us to quickly produce virtual and physical models. These models serve to illustrate the design while establishing construction methods and innovations. Each model influences the next and develops the design in a way that, although unforeseen, is transparent: the final product is a direct result of its process.