We believe that the advancement of Architecture as a discipline has always been the result of two factors: technological innovation and the act of challenging the conventional character of the brief. The first because the engineering of a form is an essential part of its conceptualization, and the second, because the brief often represents a reductive view of how things have been, as opposed to how things could be. This is the reason why consistent dialogue with the client underpins the intellectual value of the design process.