When you are undertaking a costly building project and choose to engage an architect, you prefer to work with a reliable partner: one that is at home in the building industry, performs the engineering work with dedication and is a dependable associate for a sustained length of time if necessary. AMi is such a partner. Your wishes and your scope are the starting-point of the design. An inventory of the project in its entirety then decides the task that is to be performed. Within these confines, AMi creates a contemporary work of architecture. Sustainability is self-evident to us.
An AMi design incorporates the basic architectural values of beauty, function and stability all at once. People’s environment largely decides how they move, feel or behave. By envisioning these movements, an AMi design contributes to people’s well-being.
• Producing an architectural, structural and technical design.
• Preparing the planning permission application.
• Supervising the implementation.
• Giving advice and serving on the jury in competitions.
THE KINDS OF PROJECTS
• New build, renovation, restoration and revitalization.
• A room, a house, a building, a town, a landscape and civil engineering objects.
The scale varies from objects smaller than 250 m² to ones over 250,000 m².
Depending on the scale of the commission, AMi composes a custom-made team that delivers the right expertise at the right time. Most teams are staffed with one architect and several other professionals at the outset. At the follow-up stages of technical design and implementation, a more extensive team of up to ten professionals is available. This methodology helps to avoid unnecessary expenses and risks, which benefits the project. Because the standard design process consists of making virtual models, AMi complies effortlessly with the building information modelling (BIM) processes of other building partners if required.
For each individual project, this website presents the starting-points and the way the building is shaped by the materials and the details of the spatial design. None of the designs is made to remain digital. Whether they manage to get built depends largely on circumstances beyond the architect’s control, such as the availability of the required construction techniques or the grant of planning permission.