Architecture can reflect both the idiosyncrasies of a particular client and the larger culture.

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At Peter Tolkin Architects we begin each project by researching the background story of each of our clients and the site where the project will be situated. We then work to use these stories along with relevant cultural, material, and aesthetic references (be they from the fine arts or from popular culture) in order to develop projects that are connected to the people that will use them, that fit the site, and that are reflective of the time in which they are built.