We seek solutions that find an optimum balance between environmental impact, social benefit and financial return both for the client and the community. We consider social engineering a vital part of sustainability, and traditionally have invited stakeholder groups to contribute their knowledge of the culture and history of a location towards a more whole vision of what a place could become.

We aim for a comprehensive understanding of the climatic interaction between landscape, building form and structural materials. In our work, we always look to explore the opportunity offered by the interaction between climate and structure rather than just approaching it as a problem to be resolved. The result is designs that are influenced through an awareness of natural forces such as light, heat, sound and air movement; a natural architecture of sustainability.