If you risk everything to realize your vision of a psychologically informed architecture, you should set the first design challenge yourself. This is precisely what we did. In 2008 we design our first studio, a creative space that unites architecture and psychology and presents the potential of this merging. Inspiring, critical, sometimes provocative. Always as a result of exploring a new way in architecture. An architecture that begins with words. Words that convey the architect’s dreams, visions and needs to the client. But what is hidden behind these words? Which images and experiences, wishes and dislikes? Architecture is created from these underlying thoughts that shape our studio walls as pictures and films. Not decorative but existential.