In today’s increasingly sophisticated design marketplace, the qualities that define design excellence in interior architecture now exceed the mere manipulation of form and the execution of sophisticated technical assemblies.
For interior architecture, design excellence requires a broadened definition of “design"—a definition that embraces design's potential as a transformational agent, through innovation, invention and integration.
At GP, our approach to interior architecture is grounded in a simple but profound belief: A symbiotic relationship exists between a client’s business objectives and the physical arrangement of space; the potential of each is determined, in large measure, by the degree to which the two are interconnected.
To realize this potential, we utilize a simple, user-centered project approach: D3 (discovery, design, delivery).
We endeavor in all our engagements to meet this new definition of design by leveraging the role a new work environment can play in resolving our clients’ complex business and cultural objectives by elevating the functional program, inventing serene and graceful compositions, engaging the eye and inspiring the mind.