A few can look at architecture, a design, and see beyond the drawings, see beyond the walls. You see the beauty of it, and you know to appreciate a masterpiece.
In a world where objects are objects, walls are walls, buildings without souls rather than a place people dream to live in, an appreciation and vision are missing.
We bring objects to life; life that everyone wants to be part of. We continue the vision of the designer, amplify his voice, showcase his accomplishment, and add the last touch to make his mark.
We limit the number of projects we work on, and the number of clients we work with annually.
We choose to partner with those clients that we can build long-term relationships to know their style and to produce the most effective results. With every design, we strive to the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize award.
Hugh Macomber Ferriss (1889 – 1962) was an American architect, illustrator, and poet.
Early in his career, Ferriss began to specialize in creating architectural renderings for other architects' work rather than designing buildings himself.
He was associated with exploring the psychological condition of modern urban life, a common cultural enquiry of the first decades of the twentieth century.
Ferriss died in 1962. Every year, the American Society of Architectural Illustrators gives out the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize for architectural rendering excellence. The medal features Ferriss’s original "Fourth Stage" drawing, executed in bronze
THE METROPOLIS OF TOMORROW
The character of the architectural forms and spaces which all people habitually encounter are powerful agencies in determining the nature of their thoughts, their emotions and their actions, however unconscious of this they may be.
- Hugh Ferriss-