On placemaking, we would like to find specific and clear resolutions. Finding a resolution is a circumstantial discovery, but it is not an invention of the architect. By reading the client's intentions (sometimes difficult to be expressed in words), feeling the environment, and reading the "feelings" of the land, we guide the "land" to its own meaningful "place".
Every land has its own energy, or potential energy flow that is not expressed in a tangible form. We draw out this energy, superimpose it on the demands of society, and squeeze out a site specific resolution.
Some resolutions appear to our mind spontaneously when we listen carefully from time to time. A special resolution is not an eccentric scheme, but a beautiful solution that is natural, objectively convincing.