FIRM STATEMENT PHILOSOPHY
Oasis Architecture & Design, Inc. has built its foundation on three principles: Creativity, Persistence and Understanding. Building with these has created an institution that our clients can depend on for all their design needs.
Creative thinking is a skill that Oasis uses to elevate our designs. We find alternatives to challenges and lift the limits of standard construction methods that may inhibit a client’s dreams and aspirations.
Persistence is deeply rooted in the firm commitment to a client’s vision. Our clients have counted on our commitment to maintain a timely design process. The respect of our consultants affords us the ability to demand the highest quality of service and create a team that out performs our client’s expectations.
A quality firm needs to Understand all aspects of architecture to create a synthesis that aligns with our client’s needs and works to meet the demands of the site, its position within its surroundings and in respect to its governing agencies.
Our experience and insistence to expand our knowledge in this profession is displayed in the strength of our documents that our clients and contractors depend on.
Oasis Architecture & Design, Inc. is an environmentally responsible firm taking principles of Green and Sustainable Design and implementing them into our homes following the client’s intent. Our philosophy on environmentally conscientious design can be broken into two principles.
First, we aim to design a home that is “Green,” reducing the harmful impact it has on our environment and those that dwell in it. A house is like a living organism: it consumes, breathes and creates waste. Being conscientious about how it “lives” and what resources we use to create it means using a savvy selection of products, materials, and systems to give a “Green” design.
Secondly, we create a sustainable project to align with your goal in making a home that lives indefinitely and maintains the ecosystem’s health. The long term consumption of natural resources and impact on global warming is the primary concern in a sustainable design. One way to work towards this goal is to strive for a net zero annual energy consumption from your home.