Jesse Peck believes that every project is a collaborative endeavor informed by the confluence of owner, architect, site, and program. And that often the most successful architectural solutions are found in the inherent challenges of a project; for example, the space constraints of urban living, the topography of a rural site, or the resourcefulness of a budget. Rather then reflect a particular architectural style, the projects tend to draw continuity from a design process emphasizing dialogue, association, conservation of material, and the pursuit of lasting value.
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