We are an architecture practice with a focus on changing lives for the better. Amos Goldreich, founder and director of Amos Goldreich Architecture, has close, personal connections with people who have influenced the shape of the world around us, and it is this desire to improve buildings and places in a positive way which underlines the work that we do. This ambition is always the same; whether we are working on the conversion of a private residential house, a fitness centre or a community refuge. In 2016, our Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence in Israel won the WAF Future Projects Award; the world's largest architectural awards program, containing completed and future projects from every corner of the globe.
ENDURING, CONSIDERED DESIGN
We work collaboratively with clients and end users to create enduring and considered designs which serve people and communities, strengthen identity and generate value.
We set ourselves apart by listening to our clients’ needs and delivering above and beyond their expectations with thoughtful and innovative design.
The success of our work is based on this personal, tailored service where we make sure that the highest attention to detail is always given, and programme and budget are adhered to.
We approach every project through the eyes of the client and end user. The human angle is never an afterthought; it is a fundamental part of the planning process. We add non-quantifiable value in terms of improving living conditions and pragmatic use of space, as well as creating a haven for the user(s) – our clients have commented on the positive impact this has made to them on an emotional and psychological level.
“AN ARCHITECTURE OF HOPE”
This phrase captures our ambition to create places which can change people’s lives. It underpins the work that we do and the reasons why we do it. Through “an architecture of hope”, we are always striving for better buildings and places with positive aspirations, and delivering them in a way in which people feel they can trust and rely on us.
Amos Goldreich AA Diploma RIBA ARB
Following graduation from the Architectural Association in London in 1999, Amos worked for a variety of high profile London-based design practices, including David Chipperfield, Stanton Williams, Haworth Tompkins and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Diverse projects in the UK and abroad at different scales provided Amos with experience in the residential, commercial, cultural, and educational projects. These included public buildings at David Chipperfield Architects, high-end retail projects at Stanton Williams, and at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios he was central to the team that designed and oversaw the construction of a RIBA Award-winning secondary school. In 2010 Amos established Amos Goldreich Architecture. The practice has had commissions in the residential, commercial and social sectors.
Mikel Rueda-Arechederra MArch Architect, ARB
Mikel completed his Master in Architecture at the University of Valladolid, Spain, with distinction in 2012. He trained at OA Estudio, an award-winning Spanish practice, where he worked on competitions, furniture design and commercial projects.In 2013 Mikel moved to London to join the innovative 42 Architects team to work on international projects and competitions at different scales, fromset designs for London Fashion Week, to a skate park in Sweden. He joined Bureau de Change Architects in 2014 where he worked on several projects, such as the award-winning Folds house in North London, (shortlisted for the Manser medal 2016, AJ small projects 2015 and winner of the Haringey design awards 2016 and the Times best homes award 2016) the Flagship store for MADE.com in central London and an avant-garde private house in North Carolina, USA. Mikel Joined Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2015.
Tina Sophie Müller Dipl. Ing. (FH) (Germany), ARB
Tina finished her Diploma in Architecture at the Fachhochschule Darmstadt, Germany in 1994. After her studies she worked for well established practice Braun Schlockermann and Koehler, Frankfurt, Germany, for three years. Tina moved to London in 1997, where she worked for David Chipperfield Architects until 2001. She then joined Jason Good Architecture, before moving on to Stanton Williams and Squire & Partner. Tina joined AY Architects in 2010. She was involved in the tender and construction phase of Montpelier Community Nursery, Kentish Town, London, which received several prestigious awards, including the Steven Lawrence Price 2013, RIBA National Award 2013 and RIBA London Regional Award 2013. Tina joined Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2012.
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