“The real issues facing architecture are essentially based on the position it holds concerning the city (urbanity) and the setting (history). Our approach seeks links that weave or should weave an architecture into a context. This is simultaneously the starting point for our ideas as well as being the focus of all our projects.
Understanding the issues and knowing for whom you are designing makes it tha much easier to define the architectural contours.
Rather than approaching a project with preconceived ideas, we base ourselves on observation, on listening to those around us and interpreting these aspects through our own experience of the city and spaces.
A project covers a multitude of different aspects. It demands a total exploration of the fields of composition and full commitment to the act of building. This is achieved by constant attention to pragmatic details and fully assuming responsibilities when seeking solutions to the issues that have been raised”.