The role of an Architect in cities constantly changes. Now, more than just determining the physical fabric of an age, we now determine how a family connects with each other, how a leader’s work becomes more efficient, how even the most trivial activities can be turned into leisure.
We take this role seriously.
Such community-driven architecture, in essence, is the work and goal of EDSA Architects since its early beginnings back in late 1984. Because as founder Edmund Samson aptly puts it, ‘I’ve never wanted clients. I’ve always had partners.’
Its small firm service is the key to intimate client engagements while its resources have the strength to deliver scales of normally much larger companies, completing over 100 projects in the Corporate, Cultural, Recreational and Private Sector