“What sets BWM apart is that, when we think about our projects, we turn them inside out and outside in – and to a degree of detail that often goes beyond architecture and could include culinary or curatorial concepts, and much more. This interdisciplinary aspect is what we love most about our work.
Our thinking mainly revolves around atmospheres. We think deeply about the inner atmosphere; we control how people will experience the space, but not to an extent that they will be suffocated by it and have no latitude. We always take that aspect of freedom into account and focus on it within the defined atmosphere.”