Our architectural concerns do not address issues of style. We depart from debates opposing classical and modern, traditional and contemporary, order and chaos, humanistic perspectives and mechanistic aesthetics. We believe there is good and bad design. The challenge in our profession is to inscribe architecture in a contextual approach, to engender durable relations and commit to nowadays-cultural and ecological responsibilities.
Moreover, we believe architecture should find ways of expressing regional culture, despite the "globalization" landslide, through sustainable projects anchored in their context but away from nostalgia and pastiche.
Each project acquires its own identity shaped by the program and the site. Therefore, our response manages both generic constraints and explicit demands, sustaining the equilibrium of relevance to client’s brief, cost, quality and time.