In the SE.BÆR STUDIO, we strive to address the economic, social, and environmental issues of today’s society through strategic layers of planning, ideation, program presentation, and design, providing simple yet effective solutions to these challenges. Along this journey, we aim to guide projects towards experientialism and the exploration of unfamiliar solutions, tailored to the context and conditions of each project.

A conceptual project for every architect is like a question that they pursue in their profession, constantly elaborating on and testing this challenge in their own design projects. One of our conceptual projects at SE.BÆR STUDIO focuses on reclaiming lost spaces for various reasons. We emphasize the idea that preserving and improving an existing structure is more sustainable than demolition and reconstruction. We initiate our intervention by considering it an opportunity to explore the potential for revitalization, seeking ways to preserve both the form and essence of the old structure. Simultaneously, we integrate contemporary architecture to address present-day needs, utilizing the inherent potential of the building. We engage these two aspects in dialogue, acknowledging their contrast and evolution in harmony.

Our approach involves contemplating how we can set examples for revitalizing these lost spaces, bringing them back into the life cycle in a manner that aligns with current conditions. We aspire to create solutions that have a more significant impact and can seamlessly integrate into today’s environment, transcending their physical presence to leave a lasting influence.

VISION

In the SE.BÆR STUDIO, we strive to address the economic, social, and environmental issues of today’s society through strategic layers of planning, ideation, program presentation, and design, providing simple yet effective solutions to these challenges. Along this journey, we aim to guide projects towards experientialism and the exploration of unfamiliar solutions, tailored to the context and conditions of each project.

A conceptual project for every architect is like a question that they pursue in their profession, constantly elaborating on and testing this challenge in their own design projects. One of our conceptual projects at SE.BÆR STUDIO focuses on reclaiming lost spaces for various reasons. We emphasize the idea that preserving and improving an existing structure is more sustainable than demolition and reconstruction. We initiate our intervention by considering it an opportunity to explore the potential for revitalization, seeking ways to preserve both the form and essence of the old structure. Simultaneously, we integrate contemporary architecture to address present-day needs, utilizing the inherent potential of the building. We engage these two aspects in dialogue, acknowledging their contrast and evolution in harmony.

Our approach involves contemplating how we can set examples for revitalizing these lost spaces, bringing them back into the life cycle in a manner that aligns with current conditions. We aspire to create solutions that have a more significant impact and can seamlessly integrate into today’s environment, transcending their physical presence to leave a lasting influence.

VISION

In the SE.BÆR STUDIO, we strive to address the economic, social, and environmental issues of today’s society through strategic layers of planning, ideation, program presentation, and design, providing simple yet effective solutions to these challenges. Along this journey, we aim to guide projects towards experientialism and the exploration of unfamiliar solutions, tailored to the context and conditions of each project.

A conceptual project for every architect is like a question that they pursue in their profession, constantly elaborating on and testing this challenge in their own design projects. One of our conceptual projects at SE.BÆR STUDIO focuses on reclaiming lost spaces for various reasons. We emphasize the idea that preserving and improving an existing structure is more sustainable than demolition and reconstruction. We initiate our intervention by considering it an opportunity to explore the potential for revitalization, seeking ways to preserve both the form and essence of the old structure. Simultaneously, we integrate contemporary architecture to address present-day needs, utilizing the inherent potential of the building. We engage these two aspects in dialogue, acknowledging their contrast and evolution in harmony.

Our approach involves contemplating how we can set examples for revitalizing these lost spaces, bringing them back into the life cycle in a manner that aligns with current conditions. We aspire to create solutions that have a more significant impact and can seamlessly integrate into today’s environment, transcending their physical presence to leave a lasting influence.

VISION