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As designers, and particularly as architects, we consider it our responsibility to craft spaces and objects that positively influence the feelings and health of the general populace. Thus, every design begins with a consideration of human emotions and the fundamental question of whether and where creation is necessary at all.

 

At the same time, we are acutely aware that our journey is one of gradual evolution; a sudden abandonment of established protocols is not feasible. Hence, we embrace the philosophy of "Kaizen," a concept borrowed from Japanese practices, which means "change for the better." This approach advocates for continuous, incremental improvement, allowing us to edge closer to our ideals with each project.

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