We are interested in thinking about the archaic relation that architecture has always had with nature. Protection from the cold and the wind, shelter from water and snow, using fire. Manipulating the earth to settle, to flatten and inhabit it. Our activity begins with these essential issues.
In our contemporary world, which admits—theoretically, at least—the need for a more friendly coming together with nature, we are interested in finding it in the logic of the project. In its consistency, its position, its structure.
The machines come later.