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As a group, a plurality, our design process is perhaps more likely to bring up and simulate the variety of needs and conflicts that arise in every project, and thus, hopefully (at the expense of exhausting our time and nerves), to reach desirable consequences. We hold that in order to be attentive to what the site has to offer (which is, in most cases, much more than what we may aspire to invent), the design should take place in real time and in real place. This might break the rule of the conventional building industry chain, client- architect- contractor- craftsman- supervisor- user, into a much freer, more flexible and responsive work pattern.

Architectural design is a complex, accumulative process, concerning many voices, including the public voice. It is one rare art that is done by many, not by one.
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