Close dialogue with a project’s stakeholders creates top-quality, visionary architecture that benefits everyone involved
Based on a client’s wishes and requirements, FRIIS & MOLTKE design projects with a clear, concept, uniting and utilising the potential of the site. Our architecture is rooted in unique concepts, developed and refined throughout the entire process until the building is completed.
When it comes to defining a common goal in terms of form and content, close dialogue between the client, users, consultants and all parties involved in the execution of the project is crucial. In terms of budget, function and architecture, this is an invaluable basis for developing any new project. After all, the finished building is going to be someone’s home, workplace or institution: a safe environment and the basis of their everyday life – a place of well-being and and joy for the users. The conscious interaction between architectural and sociological factors leads to architecture that is rich in humanity and quality.
To achieve the best result, the goal of collaboration must be to integrate design and architecture with the needs and wishes of end users
Anders Christian BregnballePartner, Business Development Manager, Architect
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User involvement makes for better solutions
“Through incorporating user involvement, a building’s functions and flow can be better optimised and the future users can be given added ownership by contributing to the vision of the new building. Basically, through the user, we are creating a common dream, common goals and a shared understanding of the best way forward towards our shared vision. Then it’s just up to us to realize the dream”, says Martin Wienberg, Partner and Creative Director at Friis & Moltke Architects.