Public buildings are probably most used form of buildings for a specific society. Their program, planning, design and operations represent footprint of social, cultural and political values of the community they are situated and their forms are reflective of the people they serve. An architect must understand the confinement of these facts yet he or she can also make a statement or impact through the process and the space of a building.


We believe that a public building design should engage in its end users’ interest and aspiration on top of the design program. Therefore, we take every design seriously by carefully studying precedents from different social context. In the process, we define the project goals and try to accomplish what this building can possibly offer to its community. This above and beyond approach usually brings us a design solution that gels a physical space with dynamic lives of people its serving.