Our view on Architecture


Architecture cannot be disconnected from its surroundings. It is therefore of the utmost importance, before starting on the actual urban design to study the existing landscape, urban and regional planning.

Finding and developing existing qualities in landscape and architecture to create a new urban interpretation, both from a historical point of view, as well as the present and the future – has a prominent place in our designs. In addition, the final shaping of the landscape design can find a new basis in the geomorphological features of the site. Soil, relief and hydrological properties can provide specific principles for the final design of plant species and vegetation types.

Town planning becomes an experience…


By using and extending the qualities of the landscape and by playing on urban and spatial planning like on musical instruments of design, you can create conditions for ‘good’ architecture. When architecture makes use of visual beacons to stimulate the human imagination, it encourages visual associations and makes them apparent. A meaning will be given to architecture that enables everyone to relate to his or her images of it. These images will not only please the eye, but also feelings, emotions and awareness.

Architecture becomes an experience…


As with all living creatures, the interior is inseparably linked to the exterior. As such, the interior is part of the exterior and vice versa. One reveals the story of the other. It is possible to envisage the interior as an ecological garden, where its essence and its functions are constantly being adapted to a change in visions, desires and demands, no matter which shape they take. Moreover, materials and colours are composed in such a way that symphonic shapes align with the human scale and rhythm.

The interior becomes an experience…