When we commission a work by an architect, sculptor, painter or stained glass artisan, we expect each of these individuals to bring a special discipline to the design and execution of each new instrument. When you build an organ, you should expect that too.
We embrace a five-point methodology:
For pipe organs to excite the senses and truly participate in the life of a concert hall or a congregation, the organ must be properly sited and designed, both visually and tonally. We prefer to build our organs in free-standing cases, or in a well-sited chamber, fronted by an architecturally significant, functional pipe and casework façade. The very art of organbuilding cannot be fully realized in instruments constructed in entirely enclosed or compromised locations.