Peter and Sharon Exley are not interested in designing by the books. Instead, they have always made it a point to push the boundaries of architectural design, by first focusing on understanding the needs of the user and client. Through extensive research, they are able to determine the unique goals of each project and find ways to execute whimsical design solutions.
Their extensive portfolio of work, particularly the projects focused on engaging children, have a level of intelligence and commitment to the end user that is not always seen in projects. At the end of the day Peter and Sharon want to create work that encourages engagement opportunities for their users with the hope that no matter the age they can facilitate spaces that intrigue and convey a sense of wonderment.
Interview published in July, 2017.
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