AOJ – Architects of Justice

date: 2014
client: Architects of Justice
project type: Web Development

AOJ

About AOJ – Architects of Justice

Architects Of Justice (AOJ) is a progressive Johannesburg-based architecture and design practice. It was formally established in 2009 by Mike Rassmann, Kuba Granicki and Alessio Lacovig.

Guided by the principles of best practice, we strive at AOJ to create bespoke architecture. It is not only interesting, sustainable and innovative, but architecture that preserves the integrity and functionality of every build.

While there is no limit to the type, scale or complexity of projects that we tackle, our specialities lie in new builds and extensive additions and alterations. We work in the commercial, residential and education sectors. In addition to this we also have a passion for micro-projects or small builds which have a focus on attention to detail.

Our emphasis on professionalism at AOJ ensures efficiency and constructive collaboration with our fellow professionals and consultants involved in all our projects.

At the same time, we are cognisant of the fact that each of our clients has different needs and wants. We take this seriously, which is why we support and guide our clients throughout the design, build and hand-over process. It is this commitment and professionalism that has led to strong and long-lasting relationships with all stakeholders, most importantly our clients.

On any project there are many factors to consider and this is the reason why AOJ not only offers a standard architectural service, but also additional design and investigative focused services, which include site investigations, interior architecture, space planning and custom furniture design.

The AOJ Mantra

“Architects of Justice is the brainchild of long-time friends Mike, Kuba and Alessio who decided more than five years ago to take a leap of faith and to bring their dream of owning their own practice to life. AOJ combines not only their wide-ranging and unique architectural talents, but also their individual passions for design, construction, form, function and life.”

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