INSPIRATION

Melding timeless craft with modern technology.

Our design language

We create the freedom that allows you to relax, to work, to live. Openness and curiosity, precision and reliability characterize our work. The only limits are the imagination and wealth of ideas. What our customers start as dreams and ideas, we turn into reality. We transform emotions into concrete forms, check colors, look for materials and create moods. Our designs are oriented towards each user and their needs, the environment, and the rooms. We convert technically flawless solutions into contemporary design.

We are your partner from the first sketched idea all the way through to the finished project. This path requires attentive cooperation, so we maintain constant communication and collaboration with our clients. All of these are ingredients that help us realize rooms and buildings for respective users. We ensure that your new living space is created solely based on your ideas and wishes.

What makes a well-designed space?

Perhaps you’re looking for a space that you can work in? Or a space that promotes positive mental health, sustainability, and flow? Alternatively, you could be looking to create a space that deftly balances the needs of those using it with the cost of creating it? Ultimately, the goal is to understand the intention of a space and engage the user in meaningful ways. Our studio can help you to pin down why you’re creating space and pinpoint design features that feel significant.

The importance of engaging the senses

Have you ever experienced that surprising moment of déjà vu when the whiff of a familiar scent or the first few bars of a song on the radio evoke an unexpected emotion or call back a distant memory? As individuals, we intake information through our senses, creating awareness (perception). Then, we process that information into our understanding (cognition), which in turn shapes our reality. We spend our early years trying to “make sense” of the world—seeing, touching, smelling, tasting, and listening to what’s around us. The multi-sensory connections that form in our brains allow us to create meaning and memory. Although we tend to consider our senses individually, they work in tandem. The more senses we engage, the more strongly we are tied to a moment, an object, space. As a result, design has evolved to incorporate the sensory experience into the places where we live and work.

Where science and design connect

To create a meaningful experience for people in a space, we must design to engage the mind (perception and cognition) and the body (the “physical” senses) with an intentionally designed environment. Think of it as a simple equation: Mind + Body + Environment = Experience This is the intersection of neuroscience, psychology, and design. Research is now beginning to prove what we as designers always knew. Namely, that people are influenced by what they see, what they hear, what they touch, what they smell, and what they taste. These multi-sensory experiences inspire stronger, more memorable reactions and more memorable designs.

How to design for the senses

Our brains constantly crave stimulation. It’s why we love being out in nature, with its endless variation of sights and smells and sounds. Not only is it sensory heaven; it’s mentally and physically restorative. But given that we spend about 90% of our time indoors, designers and architects have a responsibility to make our interior environments just as healthy and just as stimulating. So how do we do that? It comes down to a human-centered design approach. In workspaces specifically, people are most likely to engage with their surroundings through sight, sound, and touch. Consider the shape of a space, the color of a wall, the light from a window, the comfort of a textile, the sound of a floor. Each of these moments is a key opportunity to think about the sensory signals of space and what experience you want people to have. Is it meant to be active and collaborative? Quiet and calming? This will influence what materials we use within the workplace to create meaning and mood—the foundation for elements like brand, culture, and employee well-being.
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