Cluster up

How can we improve the way we live and work together? How can architecture sustain and develop communities?

These are important questions that we seek the answers to through our work. We believe that it starts with seeing urban planning as the creation of collective clusters, multifunctional and with room for intersections between generations, activities, and functions.

We strive to design buildings that are as sheltering for the mind as they are for the body – that is in our opinion the all-important, yet elusive third dimension to anywhere people live and work.