We live, grow and develop within architecture. The way this happens depends largely on the layout of the rooms in which we find themselves.
Good architecture stimulates a creative atmosphere, which also inspires and motivates us. It is the faithful representation of our progress in society. The ideal atmosphere begins where planning and execution end.
Well laid out rooms are like good clothes. They do not inhibit, but rather allow us the best possible freedom and creativity.
Good architecture cares for the human beings for which it is intended, and for the place where it evolves. It carries vision, responsibility and foresight.
Architecture means home to us, has a direct influence on our disposition and should submit to our needs. It forms a decisive part of therapy.