AMG Architects

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AMG Architects
Level 1, 61-63 Commercial Road SOUTH YARRA VIC 3141 Australia

AMG architects focus on creating modern, contemporary Australian architecture. We provide our clients with comprehensive creative professional services, overseeing the entire process from concept design, planning, design development through to construction of each project. Our architects are focused on delivering environmentally friendly architecture through the application of ecologically sustainable design principles. The result is a modern and dynamic architectural composition, which demonstrates the careful use of light and shadow, appropriate treatment of materials and finishes, simplicity of form, clean lines, free-flowing spaces and a strong relationship to the surrounding environment. – Experts in high-quality homes and renovations – Contemporary home designs for sustainable living – Professional comprehensive services – Delivering inspirational unique modern homes – Multi-award winning homes

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Malvern Residence

Malvern Victoria, 2009

Straight from a Kevin McCloud documentary series, this luxuriously grand design is the culmination of four challenging years, one large budget, several big ideas and the singular vision of AMG Architects in realising its splendour. Starting with a sound 1980s concrete architectural canvas, AMG Architects created a fresh and refined modern classic of this natural entertainer. A painstaking overhaul of the interior incorporated opulent design features and integrated the latest in audio-visual and lighting technology. Through the artful removal of interior walls and the introduction of lighting to set off the new warm whites, welcoming spaces now offer uninterrupted views which flow naturally into the stunning landscaped outdoor entertainment areas. By removing unnecessary elements and celebrating those which enhance the design, the luxurious is skillfully balanced with the practical, creating a genuinely liveable family home. AMG Architects’ attention to detail and exemplary project management skills have combined to create an exclusive living experience that exudes sophistication and an appreciation of the finer things.

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Pt Lonsdale Beach House

Point Lonsdale, 2009

This once weather-beaten 1980’s nod to coastal living has been artfully resurrected, with AMG Architects’ sophisticated hand allowing the cubist design to finally reach its full potential. AMG Architects tended skillfully to the challenging external renovations, replacing the washed out and rotting cladding with hard-wearing and modern, low maintenance and cost-efficient materials that enhanced the design and complemented its coastal surroundings. Inside, AMG Architects removed interior walls and introduced an array of striking vaulted windows to transform the boxy, poorly lit rooms into a breezy, open-plan living space awash with light which flows welcomingly into the adjoining outdoor living areas. AMG Architects has reinstated the Pt Lonsdale Beach House residence’s coastal living credentials in a celebration of modern shapes, form, colour and tone.

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Challis Residence

Freshwater Creek, 2001

AMG Architects worked closely with the clients ‘ designers in their own right ‘ to create this enduring design in Freshwater Creek, south-west of Geelong. Inspired by great architects, Glen Murcutt, Philip Johnson and Mies Van Der Rohe, the end result is defined by its sensitivity to the landscape, striking colours, textures, and intrinsically ecological design. AMG Architects incorporated the seasonal palette of colours and textures into the design, creating a symphony of light and shadow. Ample natural daylight and cantilevered eaves reduces heating and cooling costs, while a number of environmentally friendly and energy efficient features reduced the level of wasted construction materials.


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