Our Past Projects

"The space within becomes the reality of the building."
Frank Lloyd Wright

Within the context of built form, the two primary defining characteristics are spatial volume and light. Working with existing non-residential structures (factories, churches , schools, etc.) the potential exists to create astonishing living environments. Large volumes of space, high ceilings, long clear spans, and visible structural elements are common denominators for industrial and institutional space. Articulating and subdividing space within the building envelope is an holistic design process involving the existing structure, its external environment, planning and code constraints, and the end user, a random variable in every equation, bringing different values, goals and ideas to the table and resulting in an evolutionary design process with consistently unique results.