A metaphor for my design process is a helix, always returning to the original idea, each time with further refinement of the original concept and its detailing. It is essential that in my architecture a relationship exists between the building and its context. My architectural vision extends beyond the exterior expression of the building to its spatial qualities inside. I start developing the architectural concept with an interwoven play of the potential of the clients’ use of space, the typology of the commission, and its’ (urban) context. These qualities are further emphasized with the play of light, and the dialogue between interior and exterior introducing diagonal views  through the space to the light. Light has become my most important building material. Light invites you to discover, experiencing the space as you move through it, constantly changing shadows, textures, reflections, with time, 
giving life to the space.