Hands-on, workshop-based architectural design.
Slow Workshop is an exploration of the architectural potential of hands-on experimentation with a focus on quality and craft. Slow Education is the development of ideas in a workshop setting, a concern with the way architectural concepts evidence themselves in built work, and in the relationship between the manifesto and the building. Slow Life is an ongoing interrogation of principles and methods, and a system of evolutional habitation. Slow Build is the cooperative progression of material and programmatic development, and the way these interweave themselves to influence the design of physical space.