April 5, 2012

One of the more interesting facets of architecture, and indeed design, is that the success of our work is often hinged on the process of transference – the passage of feelings and perspective from one person to another. Whether it be a family home, retail or professional space, an alignment of thinking beyond what is written or briefed is critical to delivering the right outcome, which was precisely the case with KM Yoga.

The brief for KM Yoga was simple, which gives the end product the best chance of being distilled and potent with shared understanding. In its overall planning, three-dimensional faces/elements, and in its detailing KMYoga shows strength and resolve, yet creates a space appropriate for its intent – an inspired and peaceful place for the coming together of like minded people.

Author: Nick tobias