Angus Mackenzie Architect
The practice prides itself on its unerring commitment to an energetic and collaborative approach.We strive to commit an above average allocation of time and resource to each individual project and we greatly value transparency; providing clear advice on the various costs involved with projects, including council and consultants’ fees. We believe every new project is an opportunity to develop an innovative response to a design brief, a budget and site-specific planning constraints. Through design development we investigate a range of plan options, features and highlights, referencing the best of local and international design concepts to deliver an innovative and profitable development. We start with simple sketches to illustrate design concepts, and utilize cutting edge 3D software to convey complex more developed ideas.
AMA applies ‘triple bottom line’ sustainability, (economic, social and environmental) to all our projects. We believe that good design can deliver great outcomes which can positively contribute to your life and your community with minimal or neutral impact upon the natural environment.
Our point of difference is that a senior professional will always be working on your project. We have an enviable mix of experience, innovation and capability to create outstanding solutions.

We don’t see problems – we see opportunities.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, House Plans, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Waterloo, Bronte, Bondi, Maroubra, Surry Hills, Newtown, Clovelly, Mosman
Contact: Angus Mackenzie
Location: Level 1, 3 - 7 Danks Street
Waterloo, New South Wales 2017
Professional Information:
License Number: AIA Reg.No. 8017
Commented: Nice photoshopping lol JazZ thank you for your comments, none of which are true. The ceiling fan is servicing the bedroom on the first floor of the project. (not sure why we would want to photoshop a ceiling fan onto an ima...
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Commented: Was the door custom built or manufactured? It was a custom built wall facing sliding Western Red Cedar door
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Commented: Where did you find the wreath? The owner was in a florists one day - and the shop was throwing it out, so she used reused it for the wall - looks great
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Commented: Who made the sliding door and window? Nio luck there Michelle, the project and the window joiner are based in Sydney, Australia
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