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Considered, Contemporary Architecture in Melbourne

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With a predominantly residential project base, Project 12 Architecture understands that whether it’s a tiny renovation or new build home, the undertaking is often one of the most significant investments their clients will make. Projects are often developed and discussed over the kitchen table, ensuring that the individual requirements of each client are met as they evolve. Both Aimee and Louis work in tandem on projects, as opposed to being sole authors, bringing the benefits and insight from their individual experience. By establishing close working relationships with clients, builders and consultants the practice has delivered a number of projects which respond to key criteria of budget, site, program, whilst still demonstrating the importance of good design. The practice seeks to arrive at considered and appropriate outcomes, tailored to the needs of the client, that still speak to broader contemporary practice. Aimee Goodwin and Louis Gadd met in London where they were both working as architects in larger practices. They had a strong desire to embark on the challenge of private practice and thought that they possessed the requisite skills to make a good partnership. They made the decision to move to Melbourne, Aimee’s home town, in late 2011 to establish their architectural practice, Project 12 Architecture.
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Accessible Design, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Custom Home, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Restoration, House Plans, New Home Construction, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction

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Best of Houzz: 2016-2018 Commendation - Apartment or Unit - Houses Magazine Awards 2015 Shortlisted - Emerging Architecture Practice - Houses Magazine Awards 2015 Commendation - Residential Alterations - ArchiTeam Awards 2015