Brooke Aitken Design is both an architectural and interior design practice that focusses on the combination of both to create beautiful rooms. We are one of the few architectural practices in Australia that can both build and furnish a project. We design from both the external-in and the internal-out, blurring the traditional division between architecture and interior design for a finish that is seamless in vision. We specialise in residential design but are also well versed in and welcome other projects. Our preference for architectural projects are ones that extend to the interiors, yet we happily undertake interiors without an architectural requirement.
We enjoy problem-solving and providing our clients with a fresh eye with professionalism and passion. We work at many scales, whether it be strategic planning for a corporate client or procuring a single item for a residential client. The practice is passionate about providing a design service that best suits the project, the client’s brief, and their aesthetics.
We have a strong contemporary aesthetic that stands the test of time beyond stylistic fashions, however, we try to weave the client’s personality into each project which makes each design singular. Beyond aesthetics, our aim is to create livable, sustainable and practical spaces which relate to the brief, budget and site. We concur with the tenets Slow Architecture Movement and believe that renovation can often be better than replacement.
Colour plays an important role as do material and decorative choices, but all are determined by the conceptual design response at the beginning of the project.
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Our Fees relate to the type of project and of services provided so can differ from hourly rates for purely interior decoration, a lump sum for small e-design packages, to a percentage of the building works for architectural services. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of our fee guideline and to learn more about our services. Refer to our Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram pages for the latest news on works in progress, links are below.