- Take our client’s vision into account
We take our clients on a ‘journey’ that is the design process. Open communication and cooperation at every step of the process lead to satisfactory results.
- Feature contemporary designs
The design of a house accommodates the lifestyle, adapted to urban or rural conditions. It is a product of our times and serves contemporary needs.
- Relate to the natural, cultural and built environment
The local architectural history, cultural elements and natural environmental conditions are of significance in the design of homes that make sense in their place.
- Are adapted to climate change conditions
Climate change is on the way with significantly more severe weather patterns expected to put greater strain on the houses we build today. For them to perform well they need to be future-proofed.
- Offer a healthy indoor living environment
Everybody benefits from living in a healthy home. Warmer, drier and well ventilated homes built with non- or low-toxic materials will achieve the desired result.
- Are friendly to the environment
Choosing renewable building materials, minimising waste, harnessing the sun’s energy to reduce electricity needs, using and re-using water sensibly, all combine to reduce our impact on the natural environment.
- Are cheaper to run
Sustainability features in the home will provide financial benefits in the long-term, some at little or no extra initial cost.