‘Work’ for us is equal parts research and production. Without research, production becomes a repetition of previous solutions without sensitivity to the dynamic conditions of site and culture. Without production, research exists as an untested set of theories, compelling in their potential but unable to develop beyond generalities. Interweaving research and production allows one to inform the other in a continual learning process. Each work demands its individual solution that balances the aesthetic, social, functional, and ecological with an economy of means.