Architecture is a blend of science and art. Scientifically, architecture must adhere to the laws of nature and respond to program, function, schedule and budget. Artistically, architecture must respond to the human condition in (in)tangible and meaningful ways; it must be powerful and aesthetically stimulating. Architecture must engage the senses in a poetic and phenomenological fashion while performing its ultimate purpose of shelter. Architecture is what we do, what we create and who we are. It is our job, our art, to blend science and art into a harmonious whole that makes a positive impact on the individual, community and environment.
We understand that most people do not see architecture in this way; however, we believe that through our conversations and actions that we can make our definition of architecture apparent.