Architects Ink, practising since 1996, is an award-winning Architect and Interior Design company from Adelaide and Sydney, Australia. They specialise in high quality residential design, from new houses, alterations and additions to multi-residential and they have a diverse commercial project experience which also includes healthcare, workplace, hospitality, education and retail as well as government.
Architects Ink creates intelligent architecture and interior designs response with a focus on conceptual ideas in order to develop a distinct identity for every project and every client, according to their needs and inspirations. They understand that the design process is as important as the final product.
Architects Ink supports communicative and collaborative design and building procedures for they are the foundation for establishing strong relationships between the designers, clients, builders and consultants. They develop a close relationship with their clients throughout the design process; they learn about how their clients interact with their home or workplace in order to provide a space that will enhance the clients’ lives in the present and the future.
Architects Ink has an additional Asset Services team which provides highly qualified services to both government and private entities, for the past 15 years. The Asset Services team is involved in data collection, building assessments and maintaining surveys for clients. The typical services provided include:
- Life Cycling and Auditing, which record and track assets for life-cycling and depreciation by capturing on-site data, generating and maintenance of asset registers and drawings, and preventive maintenance schedules.
- Building Condition, that makes a detailed analysis of the building’s condition which include assessments cost, evaluation of depreciation and replacement costs.
- General Assessment, which controls audits for bush fire, evacuation audit, air conditioning, equipment and machinery.
Architects Ink believes every client is unique and that every design solution should be a reflection of combined experiences.