Denman Prospect’s Stage 2 Land Auction will be held Saturday 10 September 2016. Prospective homebuyers…
The intersection of client vision and high-quality design is where Mather Architecture draws inspiration—finding the perfect solution to their clients’ needs.
Since its establishment in 2012 by Director Jeremy Mather, the studio has worked with clients across the retail and hospitality industries, as well as single and multi-residential private projects and heritage adaptive reuse sectors.
The firm’s attention to detail is apparent in each of its previous projects, combining experience, integrity and innovation.
Mather provides individualised solutions for our clients with each project optimised for sustainability and efficiency, creating spaces and homes that will adapt to the future.
Employing a team of innovative thinkers, all Mather projects include intelligent planning and considered use of textures, materials, space and light, with approachable and buildable solutions.
Mather Architecture has also adapted to COVID restrictions and is currently offering clients a free initial on-site consultation with appropriate social distancing, where they will meet you or connect with you via ‘teams’ and discuss your project, your aims and your goals, as well as your brief and budget.
They will assess the site conditions; looking at the surrounding environment and how the existing or new building can make the best use of the site’s assets.
Whether you are looking at an interior refurbishment, extension or whole new house or duplex, Mather Architecture believes good design should be accessible for everyone. They will work with you to tailor their services to meet your needs and budget.
Think of it as an up to two-hour speed date with an architect or interior designer where advice will be given about the best options for your home. Just mentioned ‘HerCanberra’ when booking.
With each process tailored to the individual client, the Mather Architecture team will be by your side through the entire project—including construction—to ensure the final product is the best it can be