Human beings are central to our entire approach.
Our working relationships are based on trust and respect between the partners in the projects entrusted to us.
Our designs meet the needs of future occupants, the constant evolution of society and the objectives of the owners. They also respect the existing architecture that bears witness to our past.
Our architectural and technical vision forms an ensemble of complementary and mutually reinforcing elements, with innovative solutions integrated into a global approach to sustainability.
The necessary balance in any construction project between budget, technical performance and regulations is guaranteed by the experience, knowledge and skills of our team.
Our approach is enhanced by the synergies between the various design and quality control units in our practice, and by international exchange via the ‘European Architects Network’, in a constant search for new ideas.
Dialogue with the different players enables us to provide a response that is right for the particular circumstances, opens new perspectives for living and working and is respectful of the environment.
A constant ambition is to ensure the sustainability of our projects, both new buildings and renovations, also bearing in mind possible changes in use and future extensions.
Our architectural approach is marked by working with light, a sense of matter and colours, respect for existing outdoor and indoor environments, and the rhythm and the volumetric composition of the whole.
Our conceptual approach is both intuitive and analytical. It draws its inspiration from the beauty of every location and the space-time framework of which any project is part.
Our work is based on the analysis of the environment of the particular site, and of how the project can integrate into this in an optimal and original way.
Each project –large or small, urban development plan, public area, individual building, interior design or design element –has its own specific aesthetics.
This results in a strong identity for each new project, giving it meaning in its particular context and making it an integral part of the ‘spirit of the place’.