Inherent in any well designed work of art or architecture is a sense of proportion, scale and sensitivity; of timelessness; an aura not understood through language, but only through experience.

The image seen above, along with the sentiment, was the first piece of marketing material produced by drive architecture in 1977. It’s purpose was to establish a theoretical basis for the firm, a statement rooted in our long standing position that while language is important it is not a substitute for the phenomenology that makes reality accessible.