Obika is the word for something that is being done right in front of our eyes, a fair and relevant process, as when you grasp at the right moment the tasty ball of Naples mozzarella where this expression comes from.
That's what we think is right to describe the way we work: a non-spectacular architecture, focused on whoever lives in it or crosses it.
In our projects the game of rhythm, articulation and overflowing creates spaces with added value.
At Sainte Geneviève Chapel, our first public market won in duo in 2012, the frame is linked to the floor, the repetition of the small wooded farmhouses forms the ceiling vault and offers a seat at ground level. At the edge of hiking trails, the chapel, once completed, gave the impression of having always been there.