- Quintus Miller
Every new research which generates an architectural form is related to human perception, our memory and ourselves – individual and collective experience, which we can explore and overlay. Through an analysis of artifacts, the remnants of history concretely lived through by society, we comprehend the origins of forms. By studying a specific context we avoid superficial and indiscriminate projects.
We set ourselves objectives: precise thoughts, intentions clearly articulated and appropriate proposals, whether they are radical or moderate. If our architecture achieves precision, coherence, and ambiguity, it has far greater potential to remain durable, meaningful and sustainable as a basis for the human condition over a multitude of generations.