Our job is to turn your ideas and aspirations into imaginative, workable solutions – and it’s what we love to do. When you contact us, we will run through a “reality check” with you on the phone to establish the approximate size of the project to make sure we can help you. If that conversation is positive, we arrange to meet to discuss what you and any others involved (often your family) want to achieve both now, and in the future. We’ll walk around your building or plot, talk about your own ideas, and often come up with some that you may not have thought of. We’ll give you our outline thoughts on planning, design, budget and timescale, although budget and timescale can only be indicative at this stage.
We know that selecting the right architect for your project is one of the biggest decisions you will make. To help you decide whether we might be right for you, here are a few reasons past clients have given for choosing – and recommending – us.
- We communicate well, give peace of mind and are easy to work with
- Our modern, energy-savings designs are tailored to each client’s current and future needs, lifestyle, aspirations, budget and site
- Our regular Cost Reports help clients manage their building budgets and make well informed decisions
- A Senior Architect is involved at every stage of every project to ensure that the design doesn’t get ‘diluted’ during construction
We hope the above gives you the confidence to consider contacting us about your project. We will happily discuss your requirements with you and, if we feel we can help, will arrange to come and see you. If however we feel that we are not best placed to meet your brief we will recommend someone who is.
Our principal, Rose Peters, AIA, LEED AP, is a member of the National, State and local chapters of the American Institute of Architects. Rose is also a U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Accredited Professional. She possesses a certificate with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University in 1995.
Rose has nineteen years of experience in a wide variety of architectural projects ranging from single-family residential to multi-million dollar publicly and privately-funded projects. She has been a licensed architect since 1999.
John Lee received his Bachelor of Architecture from University of Michigan in 2003. He has been working for AMG Architects since 2006. He has experience with a wide range of project types as well as dealing with renovations, fit-ups, and new construction.