Existing buildings and listed buildings have charm and breathe building history.
In each intervention, the trick is to preserve historically valuable fabric, respect the original character, and subtly make room for new things. This applies especially to listed buildings, which we redevelop in close cooperation with the Monument Protection Office.
Adding new material to the existing inventory and optimizing it energetically requires a tactful sense of strategic planning and a reliable network. New usage functions open up new architectural possibilities, from which charming contrasts can emerge. Through the sensitive mediation between old and new, man recovers something of himself.