What is architecture?
The etymology of the word “architecture” leads us to it’s meaning. The word consists of two roots. The first part “archè” ( in greco ἀρχή ), means origin and is related to abstract concepts. The second part “-tettura” (latin “ tectura” and greco τέχνη) means builder and is related to all that is tangible and concrete. The first part represents all that is invisible; the second part depicts everything that is visible. The invisible is much more powerful than what we can see and touch. Architecture is formed on the boundry between visible and invisible. It is the discipline that unites theory and practice.
The spaces in which we live can inspire and transform our lives. Each site, each client, each story is different and requires a unique and creative solution.
I work with clients to find solutions that meet their needs. The goal is to enrich lives and enhance the environment.