Space is experienced by moving in and around a building, between separate parts of buildings and between buildings and landscape. When so much of the visual information and stimulation we receive today is in two-dimensions, either `virtual´ or in 'print', the enthralling experience of perceiving true, pleasing, physical three-dimensional space appears to have been devalued. It remains an enriching experience, and the pursuit of well-designed, real space is at the heart of what we do.

Well considered, intelligently laid out spaces do more than add delight – they improve the performance of a building’s users, reduce its maintenance costs and enhance flexibility and longevity.