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Architect from Architecture of Spirit

By: Architecture of Spirit  22-Aug-2012
Keywords: House Plans, Architect Byron Bay, Architect Murwillumbah,

Our architecture evolves from the union of form and spirit. It is inspired by place, people, passion and the desire to create exciting spaces for our clients to live in. The relationship we develop with you is the spirit which directs the creative energies of our design process. It contains the DNA of the built structure and is nurtured by a collaboration of trust and shared ideas between us. As Architects we infuse this creative spirit with the appropriate forms and textures to create spaces that are living and vibrant. The outcome is a design which not only fulfils your functional requirements but is born of your aspirations and desires to give you a feeling of genuine ownership of your built design. We also use contemporary and traditional methods of placement and geomancy in creating a harmonious connection with the natural environment. Our vision is always focused on the relationship of your design to the larger living eco-system. Our management of the architectural process is supported by a team of expert consultants and quality builders to ensure a smooth process from council approval to completed construction.

Keywords: Architect Byron Bay, Architect Murwillumbah, Architect Tweed Valley, House Plans,

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Sustainable Materials

Although the majority of our work is in urban areas, we are occasionally involved with country and community projects involving natural building materials including straw bale, mudbrick/cob and found timber.These materials have the benefit of efficiency, low embodied energy, low kilometres, high thermal mass, 'breathability' and contribute to a beautiful ambience in the space they create.