Armstrong Parkin Architects (APA) are committed to providing our clients with the best possible service to achieve distinctive, high quality architecture that is successfully delivered through a well-managed, collaborative process. Our goal is to deliver all projects regardless of size, complexity and type of service offered to a quality and standard that fully meets our client’s expectations within predetermined budgets and timelines. APA has an established team of practitioners who are committed to making the most for each client from each new project. Each project and client has its own specific needs and expectations, which have to be met first and foremost.
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Richmond Wellbeing Centre
Cannington, WA, 2015
The Richmond Wellbeing Centre is a new office development for Richmond Fellowship WA. The new centre incorporates facilities for training and outreach services as well as offices and amenities for RFWA staff. The project involved alterations to an existing single storey building including the addition of a second storey.
Curtin Prayer Centre
Bentley, WA, 2013
A new Prayer Centre was constructed to replace existing temporary facilities. The Prayer Centre includes separate male and female courtyards, entries, prayer spaces, ablutions, and kitchens. There can be high fluctuations in the number of people praying, so the prayer spaces are flexible and have overflow areas such as the entries and courtyards.
Attfield Street House
Fremantle, WA, 2010
This home required an addition to an old house for a couple intending to raise a family. The addition incorporates a contemporary living area and the old house remains providing four bedrooms. The site proved to be a difficult one to facilitate this conventional brief. An existing garage in the back yard and a four-metre height difference down from the existing cottage provided a design challenge and left little room for a two-storey addition. A significant issue was the provision of outdoor space that related directly to the living areas. The solution was to elevate the addition to the old house level and construct a deck suspended over the existing garage providing a large outdoor area with direct connection to the living areas of the house. This overall site planning decision also offered excellent ventilation and solar access to the addition.