We are young architects, living architecture as a true team work. We believe and invest in muti-disciplinary partnerships, as a richest way to achieve better quality architecture. Our project objectives and procedure are based on choices of simplicity and formal clearance, seeking for the essence of the constructed object and avowing the elements that may distort or stain his true reading. Despite these minimalist choices and rejection of excess of formal complexity, we give maximum attention to details and to the characterization of our buildings by the implementation of a strong and strategic materiality. We take advantage of cutting edge technology and its constant input’s to architectural materiality,, either through new materials discovered or by transformation or conjugation of existing ones, we experiment new materials. The architectural design we developed establishes and follows a building history. An idea, a basic necessity of forming and use space originates a form, a set of articulated elements, all with a common root and all illustrative and descriptive of this same root. Our buildings always present details and materiality’s that characterize and highlight them. Thus, materiality is one of our preferred project instruments and allow us to work not only with new materials but also with the more traditional ones. We like to apply ancient materials through current methods, thus giving them a whole new reach and demarcation. An example of this is wood, which is a material that we like, and is often present in our projects. We have directed our activity also in the field of pre-fabrication and optimization of materials and resources, either individually or through partnerships with various companies in this area. For the provided gains, we believe that this is the future, not only in terms of cost, resource and quality control, but also for the warranty of a better architecture in the end (from design to finishing material). We are committed to explore new methods and building systems, allied to these concepts of modularity, prefabrication and recycling, and we look forward to show our results, in a new system of our own, that we intent closer and accessible to people.