At CONTENT Architecture, our mission is not only to create architecture within our clients’ spatial and budgetary needs, but also to deliver a project that is accountable for, and responsive to, the world we live in. 

Our diverse architectural backgrounds and educations allow us to approach projects from many angles in an effort to develop the best possible solutions. We believe in a collaborative design process, not only between ourselves, but between us and our client. We strive to identify each client’s individual goals, guide them through the design process, and translate their concepts into a built reality.

[kon-tent] or [kuh n-tent]

Origin: 2009, Houston Texas

–noun
1. Usually, contents. a. something that is contained: the contents of a box. b. the subjects or topics covered in a book or document. c. the chapters or other formal divisions of a book or document: a table of contents. 2. something that is to be expressed through some medium, as speech, writing, or any of various arts: a poetic form adequate to a poetic content. 3. significance or profundity; meaning: a clever play that lacks content. 4. substantive information or creative material viewed in contrast to its actual or potential manner of presentation: publishers, record companies, and other content providers; a flashy Web site, but without much content. 5. that which may be perceived in something: the latent versus the manifest content of a dream. 6. Philosophy, Logic. the sum of the attributes or notions comprised in a given conception; the substance or matter of cognition. 7. power of containing; holding capacity: The bowl's content is three quarts. 8. volume, area, or extent; size. 9. the amount contained. 10. Linguistics. the system of meanings or semantic values specific to a language (opposed to EXPRESSION ). 11. a. Mathematics. the greatest common divisor of all the coefficients of a given polynomial. Compare PRIMITIVE POLYNOMIAL. b. any abstraction of the concept of length, area, or volume.  12. the state or feeling of being contented; contentment: His content was threatened. 
–adjective
1. satisfied with what one is or has; not wanting more or anything else. 2. British. agreeing;assenting. 3. Archaic. WILLING.

–verb (used with object)

1. to make content: These things content me.

Synonyms: appease, gratify. See SATISFY.

 

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