How we work

We enjoy the challenges presented by designing spaces for our clients. Our view is that people
and their activities need to be supported by the building, the facilities, and the technology inside
the building. Architecture should reinforce the bonds that tie people to their work.

For theatre work, actors and dancers must be connected to the audience and the 
audience too must feel a connection to those on the stage.

For public buildings, employees should have comfortable and productive work spaces.

For private residences, homeowners should feel that their built environment supports 
their daily life.

For the last eighteen years we have designed spaces for private clients, public entities and 
not for profit organizations. We have learned that spending a few extra dollars of capital money 
can save thousands of dollars over the life of the renovation. Mechanical, electrical, and 
plumbing utilities need to work seamlessly and attention must be paid to ensure that they 
can be maintained with minimal effort. 

Finally, we do not believe that there is one aesthetic style that will best serve your needs. 
This results in a new approach for each client and each job. Though committed to aesthetics, 
we believe that there is equal beauty in a well planned, functional, and easy-to-maintain space.