“Architecture begins with the imagination, is influenced and given form by its place and is realized through craftsmanship.”
This single sentence captures the three defining principles guiding our architectural practice. Firstly, good architecture responds appropriately to function but must also stimulate the senses, engage the mind and encompass the heart. Secondly, it must capture a sense of place, inspired by the unique geographical, social and historical landscapes of the specific locations. And finally, good architecture pays attention to the art of building, craftsmanship and detail.