At Savill Group Architecture we like to consider ourselves contextualists, placing great importance on the context of a project when it comes to our approach. Our process ensures that we fully understand the funtional requirements of the facility and helps generate ideas and excitement around the programming and the potentials that can then be translated into built form. Our goal is to try to understand and verbally design the building long before pencil is put to paper.
In regards to commercial projects we tend to gravitate towards contemporary or prairie style architecture when there is an absence of language. This is evident in many of the office buildings, retail outlets and hospitality establishments we’ve had the privilege in designing.