We strive to create architecture that is beautiful both in form and intent.
Architecture is not just about creating functional spaces or solving practical problems. It is also about creating beauty and meaning, which can contribute to the sustainability of our built environment. In the words of philosopher Roger Scruton, "Beauty is an affirmation of our humanity, and it is a sign of our responsibility for the world in which we find ourselves." Therefore, in this manifesto, we argue that beauty and sustainability are intimately connected in architecture, and that by prioritizing beauty in our design choices, we can create buildings that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also environmentally responsible.