Our investigations into architecture are primarily concerned with the conditions of the social, political and cultural, and how these ideologies may effect any architectural outcome. Primarily these projects are framed within a liberal Australian political context. This thread and hope stems from a desire within a project for there to exist some relevance outside of a pure formal tectonic response. An idea. Without this overlay of ideology, outcomes become confined to the stylistic. Form is easy, we are uninterested in the easy. Without this overlay, we have nothing to inform our projects, no clues for an outcome, nothing to imagine outside that which we know.