A good environment consists of more than just good architecture. It is about the understanding of human daily life and rituals, in private and public setting and on various scales, far beyond the building itself.
It can be defined by the balance between rituals and the way the urban environment facilitates and connects one another through urbanism, architecture and landscape.
Working in between the scale of architecture and urbanism, private and public, humans and buildings, observing, learning and designing, towards a better understanding of human rituals and context.
Striving to contribute to the quality of the living environment.