Multilingualism is a work life practice with an agency that claims responsibility to study overlapping fields; specifically art, music, computer science, and urban planning. We want be fluent in their languages and patterns in hopes of expanding our own vocabulary. We do so by employing our agents to mediate between languages of the conceptual and matter of the built environment. As a firm we believe we can use materiality, nature, and color to speak to the most amount of people simultaneously. And if people of many different background can use our space and benefit from our design decisions we can create a multilingual architecture. An architecture that speaks to many.