Massimo Vignelli once said that “an architect should be able to design everything from a spoon to a city.”
I’ve been drawn to this idea: That everything we create should have meaning and importance. Ideas of scale, proportion, elegance and form are as applicable to cities as they are to flatware.
At MAWD, we work on projects of tremendous scale and complexity, which rely on the input of large consulting teams and stakeholders across industry. We believe that the same care and attention to detail should be paid to both larger design choices and smaller, finishing details.