Space is transformable and always changing. How we perceive space depends on the time of the day, the soundscape and the elements that occupy the space. We always attempt to create a transformable environment, that is utilized to its full potential. A certain function to a project is not only a function. It is always related to infrastructure, activity and the flow of the building.
We are always taking the structure, the building and the context into consideration, when it comes to designing. By interpreting the building and the architectonic intentions, we create designs that reflects the building and the programming of the space.
We interact with materials through touch, sound and sight. Materials have not only visual qualities, but it defines space through their acoustics, the roughness or softness and the appearance. Every subtle gesture adds value to the surroundings.
We are not afraid of using new composites or inventions within the field, and we are always curious to try something new. Sometimes it is creating an otherness, that is unconventional. Sometimes it is the natural elements that take over, and have nature drawn into the building. The material acts in itself and in relation to the surroundings. It can expose situations, filter light, create distorted reflections. The space, the time and the objects are all interconnected to one another.