Frei & Ehrensperger architects believe in the responsibility of architecture, both to the builder and society. While representing the individual interests of the builder, they are acting as custodians of the public space at the same time. As caretakers of both common and private property, the architects make a point of always applying diligence and accuracy. As the architects state:“Rather than being unique in its handwriting, our architecture strives to be conscientious.” However, the handwriting is still charmingly visible and at times reminds of architectural and societal philosophers such as Walter Gropius. To Frei & Ehrensperger, a wholesome approach that strives towards an inclusion of the individual into society also always entails a strengthening of identification.