Warp & Woof, the name of our architecture office, is a metaphor that relates to the weaving process, where the 'woof' is woven through the 'warp'; the process of creating any type of cloth or fabric.
We like to compare this process of fabric formation with the process of creative design, where the 'warp' stand for the different conditions and constraints of every assignment, and the 'woof' stands for the design process that weaves these different aspects together.
For every project, we focus on the idea that all different aspects of architecture should be integrated into one strong and integral concept; a beautiful design; and ever-lasting building.
A notion of this idea of integrated design can be given by buildings that are strongly embedded into the existing urban fabric, or where the inside is blended with a matching landscape design. The user's desires are embodied in spatial designs that are provided with specific furniture elements, attuned to specific needs. On multiple levels, from small up to large projects, particular interest is given to the cultural and historical characteristics of a place, as well as to the ecological conditions, to make a design that can become perfectly sustainable. For now, but also for the future.
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