Faculty of Humanities
Knowledge – Each project enables us to enhance experience and to deepen our insight into specific work fields (museums, schools, housing…), whereas it opens ways for new approaches to contemporary solutions. Quality – The work responds to the requirement for overall quality: urban integration, ways to work constructive materials, evolution of the client’s program into formal expression, budgetary control and environmental sustainability. Efficiency – The optimization of resources, time and expenses are the basis of the work of a multidisciplinary team serving the client’s requests. Architects, engineers, museographers, landscape architects, surveyors… we all work toward this common goal. Innovation – The changing reality often compels us to find innovative solutions for each new challenge, either constructive or planning. Responsibility – The commitment with the client as well as with the natural and the social environment requires working with a high sense of responsibility to give viability to each project. The purpose of the project and the user’s demands are the focus of our proposals. Singularity – There is no repetition of formulas: every project requires that we adapt to specific demands and find the appropriate, custom-made answers. That’s how we single out each assignment and provide it with uniqueness. Control – The determination of optimal solutions is always accompanied by strict budgetary control where the viability is reflected by the exact documentation of the costs generated by each solution during the life-cycle from investment to maintenance and recycling. Communication – Ongoing dialogue and coordination are vital for the development of precise objectives and their proper conceptualization as well as for the responsible management of the planning and construction-processes. Experience – A hundred new building-projects and extensive experience in the field of restoration and refurbishment give evidence of our expertise. Recognition – Many projects, built works and interventions in the urban heritage have won awards and have been disseminated in publications and exhibitions on local and international level.