Ambience & Senses
Achieving the perfect ambience is not just how the space looks, but is derived from a balanced combination of aspects that meets the basic human senses; i.e. acoustic quality of the space (Hearing), air circulation and quality (Smell), application of materials texture (Touch), and varying lighting color and intensity to energize the space (Visual).
Character & Identity
Good design is always customized to the needs as well as the character of the users. Great design tell a story about space and the occupants.
Design that takes into consideration the client's need and business processes to ensure efficient work environment and effective workforce. Design concept that enhances customer's experience by facilitating effective delivery of service and product to customers, as well as efficient customer reception and handling.
Varying the population density over a space lends liveliness. Work places may have highly populated area to achieve energetic team spirit, paired with a refreshing space for relaxation. Commercial space may be designed to attract guests with highly populated areas to create a lively environment, or lowly populated areas to offer privacy.