The relationship between life and housing, and the creation of “home”, is at the heart of the Architect’s work in developing living-place solutions; whether it is a private residence for an individual, or an affordable home in a community, the fundamental principles of “shelter” and “comfort” are understood.
The Art of the Architect is to engage and understand the intricacies of life and to design a place to support every aspect of it. At Bond Bryan, we work very hard with our clients to develop the best solutions to support life, work and play, happiness and contentment, encompassed in the concept of “home”.
With the drive towards zero-carbon and – with more and more of the world’s population aspiring to live in sustainable locations – the rise of high-density urban living will be an essential component of this.
These projects demand an understanding of the complex interaction between living, working, learning, transport, infrastructure and landscape – all factors crucial to this wider engagement with existing communities.