Before being a structure of idealization, production and management of architecture, OODA is a broader ideology that has been designed and published in the strategic, methodological and economic book guide ‘OODA Business Plan’. Simultaneously local and global, OODA sets out to be an exporter of regional architecture and an importer of international architecture.
The dichotomy of being regional yet global becomes clear, aiming for distinction and specificity in design but also having the vision to grow and expand worldwide, adopting a more global image and discourse in line with architectural references. The aim is also to be committed to a path of continuous growth and quality, drawing on the accumulation of experience, with a courageous approach to overcome the expectations of the discipline.
The belief in an antithetical and collective genetics is confirmed, against the logic of the one-man show. Individual motivations, different backgrounds and skills bring different perspectives on a variety of subjects adding value to OODA’s architecture and philosophy. Above all, OODA claims spaces for all, the responsibility of the architect in society and in the city, and their actions on spaces and consequently on people.