Outlining the core aspect of their work, Andreas Wannenmacher states: “We invest our entire energy in creating buildings that connect with people and make their life easier. Thus, living quality is central to our work.” Different human actions require different spatial qualities and it is essential to a room if it will be used for sleeping or eating, as a working area or for leisure activities. Therefore, the design process at Wannenmacher + Moeller always starts with a reflection on how a room’s quality can meet the future activity it is destined for. Aspects like an introvert or extrovert quality, spatial complexity vs. homogeneity, light vs. shade, or even the haptic quality of a surface are all to be considered.