High-quality architecture with a fresh twist

Our extensive design experience gives us confidence in our architecture. The open-minded exploration of new methods provides us with a new approach to finding solutions.

Our versatility has brought us diverse experience in a variety of design tasks. Continuous training and study trips provide us with new perspectives on architecture and opportunities to develop our work. Our passionate approach to architecture drives us to develop better design solutions with the client. Explore our scope via project presentations.

High-quality architecture with a fresh twist

control over projects with BIM coordination

The BIM coordinator will bring added value to your investment by managing the information content of information models and by taking care of everything from orders and project planning to agreements and maintenance.

Together with the client, we determine the objectives and utilisation methods for the information model of the location. Then we determine the requirement level for the information content of the BIM with the aid of this information. On the basis of that, we devise the BIM guidelines with the client. The BIM guidelines are based on the YTV2012 BIM requirements, and they have been extended on the basis of experience gained during previous projects. The BIM guidelines define the purpose, objectives, and utilisation of the information modelling, as well as the integration and clash detection practices, hole reservation planning, accuracy levels, and the roles and responsibilities of the involved parties. The instructions also provide a project-specific information modelling plan and project-specific principles.

The information model contents for different fields are specified in the appendices to the BIM guidelines, and they will be particularised with the client to meet the client’s needs. The accurate specification of the information content at the offer stage reduces the risk reservations of offers and provides the client with comparable offers for their project. Recording the information content in an appendix to the agreement clarifies project implementation and follow-up.

control over projects  with BIM coordination

A virtual model can be created of all our projects

You can immerse yourself in your project at our office with the aid of our HTC Vive 3D glasses. The virtual model gives you a clear understanding of the size and proportions of the premises as well as the materials used.

With the aid of the virtual model, you can experience your project in a new way. We have optimised the creation of virtual models and integrated it into our design process, which makes the updating of the virtual models easy, quick, and cost-effective. We can create panoramic 360° images of the model for viewing in 2D or 3D form, as well as VR models that work in the Windows environment and can be moved freely for 2D and 3D examination. The models can be used without installing any programs separately. A HTC Vive or Oculus Rift headset is required for viewing the virtual 3D model. We have a HTC Vive headset at our office, which allows you to examine your site plans easily.

A smooth project with inclusive spatial planning

Utilise employee involvement if you need to modify the working premises

Projects which include the alteration of the work environment affect not only the visual look of the working premises but also the company culture, i.e., the working methods and practices. Engaging the entire personnel in the planning process is very important for achieving a successful outcome. In this way, the end users are committed to the change and familiarised with the changing company culture already in the early stages of planning.

User-oriented design creates a more sustainable work environment. We can identify change requirements and get an impression of the company culture with the aid of customised personnel surveys and design game and virtual model workshops. When the designer collects the source material from the users directly, the information is readily available in the final planning stage.

From aerial photographs to a 3d model

Modelling existing environments with drone images

We model existing environments by photographing them from the air with our own quadcopter. Then we import the 3D model created with the aid of the images into our design program. This sufficiently accurate model helps us begin the design process quickly. If necessary, we can have our cooperation partner create a point cloud model with millimetre-level accuracy to help us with the implementation planning.

From aerial photographs to a 3d model