Buildings inspired from their communities and integral to their place
A community can grow and recognize its diversity through the local multi-use recreation center. The idea of combining former stand-alone facilities has gained acceptance and proven to be very popular with long-term as well as new residents. This trend brings significant social benefits to a wide range of user groups and as a result provides not only economic advantages from lower operating costs, but also significant social. From our wide range of design expertise in recreation, library and cultural spaces, we bring a breadth of experience to the table in reviewing the client's functional requirements. Our goal is to create architecture that accommodates a range of needs at different levels of privacy and interaction. This important element of design recognizes people's varying comfort levels and cultural values.