We work collaboratively with our clients and our team of consultants to achieve fresh, responsible and contemporary solutions that are creative, innovative and highly individual.
Our architecture is of consistently high quality and we provide excellence in both design and delivery of service.
We seek continuous improvement and integrity in all aspects of our work, personal development, and our commitment and respect for people and the environment.
We contribute to the community through sensitively conceived and environmentally responsible architecture.
In all of our work we seek to promote inspirational and healthy spaces that embrace environmental, social and cultural sustainability.
We are creative and take inspiration from new ideas and the environment. We enjoy the practice of architecture!
Your project will receive the same level of attention regardless of its size or complexity. Our quality assurance system has been set up to ensure that our practice will serve our clients in the most reliable and well managed way.
All procedures are followed on a daily basis for all projects, and where the project value exceeds $3M, documentation will be maintained in accordance with a Design Plan prepared for that project.
We acknowledge our responsibility to ensure that work we undertake meets the expectations of the broader community. Our projects will be responsive to their context, general community values, and in areas such as health and safety and environmental impact we will seek to promote the most appropriate solutions.
"Knowing our love of Tasmanian timbers, he incorporated into the design features in celery top pine, myrtle and Tasmanian ash. Inside and out, David created for us a truly beautiful house."
""....the entire process was extremely smooth and could not have been more professional....the end result has been completely transformative for our family.""
"I cannot recommend M2architecture enough! Working with David Menzies has been a very effortless and pleasing experience from meeting him until the final drafts were completed."