We do not compete: It is counter-productive for everyone involved. We propose methodological tools to enrich your plans, permitting you to realize them quickly and effectively, before we move on to creating your ideal product. A good design doesn’t come by chance.
We do not do “360° Design”: We prefer to do what we know best: keep the product at the heart of the project, limitations included. Our professional partnerships are available to intervene if necessary.
We do not rush things: For us, rushing things inevitably yields unsatisfactory results: poorly organized teams, bad decisions made at the wrong times, and a lack of conviction. We would prefer to allocate this time to collaborative workshops.
We never hire more than one intern at a time: Diluting our expertise by asking three interns to do the work of one professional designer serves no useful purpose.
We do not eat in: Yes, we take eating as seriously as designing, and discovering the creativity of a new chef doesn’t harm anyone’s expertise.
We don’t use photocopiers: Surprising? Yes. But photocopiers damage the creative process. It’s no good to reproduce what you’ve already got in your hand.
Plus anything else that might encroach on our independence and character. Don’t hold it against us – in the end, you might be pleasantly surprised.