Architectural firms create interiors for lots of people and make something livable of space (or a building) as the most important design criterion. Starting from the innermost part of the building, an architect literally and figuratively create rooms which, from an architectural point of view, are original and headstrong.

The client’s individuality, the program, the location and innovative ideas determine the different layers and ambiguity of the design. The design of the outside of the building, though not less important, is a logical consequence of the choices that have been made for the interior of the building.

Important aspects of design that they employ are ambiguity, layer construction, originality and daring. The result is an authentic architectural entity which reflects the client’s wishes and the quintessence of the appointed tasks.