Jenny Mills says: “Love for form and composition lies at the very heart of our work. We are artists on a quest to sculpt existing spaces in co-operation with nature. Our buildings are exciting and beautiful. They bring something both of ourselves and our clients into the world. We work in close partnership with our clients, focusing on their needs and stylistic preferences.”
Jenny’s work has a strong contemporary signature which is not only evident in her work in this genre but is skilfully integrated into both classic and leisure designs to match her client’s tastes.
“More than anything Jenny, your work is just so very beautiful. Again and again I had to go back for a second and third look because of something I hadn’t seen before.” – comment from web site
Jenny Mills graduated from the University of Cape Town (B.A.S.; B.ARCH.) and first distinguished herself as a young architect with Stefan Antoni. Jenny launched her own Cape Town based practice in 2003. Over the past 15 years her work has been prominent in South Africa, particularly in the Western Cape, and highly regarded by discerning local and international clients. Her design solutions have been widely published and featured on television.
“I feel that the trend towards authenticity and handcrafted elements will grow.” – Jenny Mills
In 2007 Jenny was awarded the coveted Cape Institute of Architects Award for Architecture. This award is particularly highly regarded in the industry as it is an endorsement from her peers; other practicing architects. The award was for her work on a Clifton Bungalow – a family beach house: A wood rich sculptural contemporary building sensitive to its context but free from style imitation.
Jenny Mills is a member of the S.A. Council for the Architectural Profession and the Institute for Architects.
Jenny Mills not only works with the structure and fittings of houses but is closely involved in their interiors. She has well established ties to respected interior designers allowing a more comprehensive and integrated offering to clients. One such example is her work with interior designer Lisa Millbacher of Bespoke Bathrooms.
Every active project is allocated a specific space on the on-line projects site where clients and contractors are given a login account to access project information. This would include site photographs, drawings, minutes, samples and more. This is a comprehensive repository of project information kept in one space and accessible from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. In a world of information overload where emails are rapidly buried and lost or forgotten it facilitates an easy and accurate reference resource. Notifications are sent to all concerned whenever new material is added.