Anton Kouzmin Architecture seeks to provide innovative and enduring environments that respond to people and their goals, whether residential houses and apartments, sport, community or corporate. Each project is approached with the imperative to gain a thorough understanding of the needs of the client and their contexts. We are able to collaborate with clients and other professionals alike and value the input of others. We are committed to creating socially and environmentally sustainable solutions.
Our architecture grows from a pragmatic and poetic concern with spatial and tectonic composition, an articulation of narrative derived from the client's brief, and the unique constraints of a particular project and place. These concerns generate ideas that are clearly legible throughout the completed work.
Anton is capable of working across a diversity of scales and sectors, ranging from residential houses and apartments, public, commercial to sporting venues and community projects throughout Australia and internationally. Anton is experienced in sport venue architecture and adaptation in tandem with sport event feasibility studies, masterplanning, design stage operational planning and overlay. His experience includes Baku 2015 European Games, the Istanbul 2020 Olympics bid process, the Summer Olympics in London 2012 and Beijing 2008, the New Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games, the Paris 2012 Olympics bid process and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
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