When we design, we take our design cue from nature herself. the highest compliment we can receive is having our structures, whether private residences or office complexes, be in harmony with their surroundings.
The background training of Raymond C. Bergeron in the concepts of Frank Lloyd Wright establishes a design vocabulary that defines, in dramatic format, the project function and its relationship to the surrounding environment. Form and function are one in the same, but budgets control both. The ability to create cost efficient desigh while maximizing the aesthetic and functional requirements is a special talent that has been expanded and refined though experience on many kinds of projects. Budgets are established prior to the design process, and costs are monitored constantly during each design phase to insure the owner that the final product is within or under the established budget.