Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Work, leisure and domestic activities are becoming interchangeable, leading to the creation of open-ended, flexible buildings.

The structures of these buildings set the scale, form and rhythm of the architectural environment, within which change and improvisation can take place – they make legible the historic forces of their time. The practice searches for a more subtle world between solid and transparent, a sequence of spaces where the eye is led through overlapping strata, where light and shadow enhance the impression of transparency.