We focus on projects that negotiate and renegotiate the emerging definitions and transitions between public space and private domain. In this way, we redefine the roles of architecture as urbanistic interventions to society.


We work across typologies (cultural, industrial, hospitality, office, housing, medical, education, commercial, park and recreation, etc.) to explore opportunities to expand social significance in these projects.


We approach design and programming both, from top-down and bottom-up, macro and micro, and from total design to plug-in intervention. We develop architecture as critical practice and contemporary cultural product that challenge the capacity of the definitions of urban design, landscape, architecture, interiors, industrial design, furniture, and graphics.