"Form follows function - that has been misunderstood. Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union." — Frank Lloyd Wright
Over the late twentieth century architectural practice has become increasingly burocratic and complex. Ever higher risk adversion coupled with powerfull real-estate speculation took on a leading role in the built environment, leaving designers in the background with either very little or next to no decision-making power. (tea)m seeks to operate in an entirely distinc manner, proposing highly trailored solutions, designing truly bespoke edifices. We do so using new, more immersive, interactive multi-disciplinary processes that envisage the amalgamation of form and function into a coherent archictectural product.