Our projects always begin with an exhaustive analysis. An analysis that aims to draw the physical reality, but also economic, socio-cultural and psychological environment. For us, the architecture has a social responsibility to which it should respond and we work to make it happen.

One of the basic pillars of “our architecture” are the structural principals as an essential argument. We start the process thinking simultaneously the structure and how it fits into imagined spaces, the light, acoustic sensations and perceptions of each space without ever forgetting that the solution must be realistic, which means, executable without major costs or excesses. For us, the project will also include a vision of future, change, adaptation and respect for the environment.

Quoting the architect Buckminster Fuller, we share his thoughts:

"When I am working on a problem, I never think about beauty. I only think about how to solve the problem. But when I have finished, if the solution is not beautiful, I know that it is wrong."