In the first place the specific details determine the character and individuality of our architecture. This is in contrast with the general way of building with standardized building methods, in this case the original ideas and sketches are diminished by the technical restrictions of standardized details. Our main purpose of detailing architecture is to make it look slender, the building has to possess the simplicity and elegance that you can find in the first sketches. Details are consciously put together with specific combinations of materials. For example window profiles are made in wood, provided with a glazing bead in enamelled aluminum, applied so that a sleek and sharp alignment arises. Other architects work with standard window profiles, but we develop them ourselves. It's like to create a tailor jacket: which fits perfectly as you want it to and you can distinguish yourself from confection clothing. Each project receives full attention and all aspects and details are closely monitored and investigated to find the best possible solution. This is a time consuming way of working but makes it possible to communicated very accurately with the building team. The attention to detail makes the architecture become very personal and atmospheric, sometimes the building has to feel closed and massive, where in other cases we want it to feel rigid and fragile. Custom made details are distinct from standardized details in their specificity, this makes them different in an aesthetic way but also more difficult to build, more expensive and sometimes risky. Due to the high demands of insulation it is increasingly difficult to make good architectural details without making them to complex . Nevertheless simplicity and soberness remain the starting points in the development of our details. the recurrence of similar details in various architectural projects ensures the acquisition of a specific architectural language.