Design Philosophy

“Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.” – Vincent van Gogh

How cities are defined and buildings emerge are merely the culmination of an architectural intervention. How the spaces and volumes of these structures are perceived and used are a direct reflection of a reading of a place and of the people that will inhabit them. The design philosophy of Lovick Scott Architects strives to integrate the allusion of the land, the culture and the people into every new structure.

As designers of spaces and places Lovick Scott Architects uses their command of formal relationships between horizontals, verticals and distinctive roof overhangs as tools to define the architectural responses to the site and the community. Through the combination of contemporary complexity and thoughtful practicality appears a building that embraces the community and its people.

Architecture as livable art is always evolving and with it the ideas and imaginations at Lovick Scott Architects are constantly creating aspiring new designs.