PDI Design Group, Ltd design philosophy is based on humanistic values. The way we look at the modern world of our times is that we acknowledge a need to stress values we feel have been lost with the fast progress of technology and the ever-changing world in which we live and work. These values are based on one main theme: CARE.
Care for the environment: PDI Design Group is committed to designing the most environmentally sensitive communities. We acknowledge the impact architects and planners have on our planet, and we know the influence that "green" design has on our lives as well as on our neighbors. Care for this project: lastly, PDI Design Group is creating spaces that support individual progress and comfort. We recognize personal priorities and link them to the outer world by thinking about the appropriate solutions for people as a part of a family, a community and the professional world.
At PDI, our philosophy is to create buildings and environments that are original, unique and instill pride, while always being respectful of context: time, place, location and function. And - and this is paramount - to always understand and reinforce the human connection - to design for posterity by designing for people.
We care about community and livability. We use materials, techniques, and the creative insights of people from many different disciplines to create comfort, cohesiveness, and a sense of unity, belonging, and longevity.
We care about the environment. We recognize in an immediate sense that architecture is never about a building alone but always about how it fits into its surroundings; and in the larger sense how our work does impact and can improve the fragile world around us.
We care about history and culture. Our company is international - our people are from different places with different points of view. We embrace this diversity. We respect the history of place, the traditions of earlier design, and the integrity of different cultures, and use this to strengthen our own work.
We care about inspiration. Our designs must always meet criteria of form, function and economics. But our designs must also always have vision and a sense of purpose, unity and timelessness in order to inspire the communities which surround our buildings and the people who reside in them.