We are on a constant search – for what makes a difference, for that principle that might guide our intervention. We always start from the site, in its broad context, both physical and cultural, keeping in mind the nature of intervention required. We doubt preconceptions. We aim to challenge the seemingly obvious givens of a project. Looking from a broader, unconventional perspective might give the best ideas.
Our intervention has to be simple. It is derived from complexity, but strives for accuracy and minimization. The main endeavor is not necessarily apparent, but it generates significant changes – in circulation patterns, angles of perspective, and connections between spaces or reclamation of a damaged area. This formative expression gives respect to what already exists, yet also offers a new, fresh interpretation which reflects the spirit of our time.