Anton Kouzmin Architecture

About

 

“Anton Kouzmin of Anton Kouzmin Architecture was an absolute pleasure to work with on our new house project. We engaged them to design a home that respected the heritage restrictions of the area but at the same time incorporating a clean, contemporary look. Our long list of mod con inclusions for our growing family seemed impossible, however, Anton made it possible and we absolutely love the design and plans completed. Highly recommended if you are seeking an architect you can work closely with for a custom and unique design.”

Lama, Hunters Hill

Anton Kouzmin Architecture

We seek to provide inspiring and enduring solutions that respond to the unique characteristics of your project.

Each project is approached with the imperative to gain a thorough understanding of stakeholder needs to deliver a bespoke and creative solution. Our approach is collaborative and we value the input of others. 

At any scale and budget our design embodies optimism, elegance, rigour, integrity and meaning.

Our architecture is generated from a pragmatic and poetic concern with spatial and tectonic composition, an articulation of a narrative derived from your brief and the unique characteristics of your particular project, site and budget.  

These concerns generate ideas that are clearly legible throughout the completed work.

Our capability ranges from multi-residential in both market and social housing, major event masterplanning and new and refurbished bespoke private homes.

 
 
 
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Anton Kouzmin

Principal Architect

Prior to launching Anton Kouzmin Architecture, Anton gained global architectural expertise working across a diversity of scales, budgets and sectors with multi award winning architectural firms BVN, JPW and SJB. 

His portfolio includes social and market multi-residential apartment developments in London and Sydney, new family homes, commercial office headquarters, Australian defence facilities, urban masterplanning, interiors and major sport venue and event masterplanning.  He has collaborated with Olympic and European Games bid and host nation organising committees in venue design and event masterplanning at home in Sydney and in Baku, Beijing, New Delhi, London and Paris.

Anton is interested in the way the design of governance impacts the design of the built environment. He advocates for the development of planning principles that prioritise the public benefit and promote a culturally thriving, diverse and inclusive built environment. 

Anton is experienced in managing complex stakeholder environments and has developed a rigorous approach to space planning, meticulous documentation and an approach to architectural design and delivery that displays rigour, clarity and a concise attention to materiality and detail.