Our work explores the relationship between conceptual ideas and real experiences with the intention of creating places that are idiosyncratic and experientially rich. The idiosyncratic originates from a critical, provocative and playful analysis of cultural ideas and a thoughtful consideration of program and use, while experiential richness is based on how people interact with places, the formal and material qualities of design and our attention to phenomenal aspects of the landscape. All of our work is guided by the desire to create forms that are true to the materials and techniques of construction, responsive to the forces of the site, and designed with attention to craft and detail.