OUR STORY

Founded in 2010, Amos Goldreich Architecture is an award-winning architecture practice led by Amos Goldreich.

We deliver full architectural services in close collaboration with our clients and end users, to create buildings and places which have a positive impact on people’s lives and are a joy to experience. For us, architecture is about people and so our work is always delivered with an acute sense of empathy and pragmatism. Much of our work has a strong humanitarian focus – we are always aware of the positive and progressive values that buildings can deliver to people and communities.

ENDURING 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, sensitive to context and inspiring.

ADDING VALUE

We believe that quality in design adds value and always endeavour to deliver inspired design that is both exciting and practical. As well as our interest in construction and materiality, our practice prides itself on internal space planning. We work closely with clients to understand the business goals identifying where economy and values are best achieved. We are trusted by our clients for the personal service we provide, adding value to their projects and bringing well considered, enduring designs.

OUR TEAM
Amos Goldreich

Amos Goldreich AA Diploma RIBA ARB
Director

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 sectors. 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. Amos is involved in social projects. Amos is part of the think tank Architects Aware, which is pursuing solutions for London’s growing homelessness crisis.

 

 

 

Joseph Brown BA (Hons) Dipl. ARB
Associate

Joseph completed his Diploma in Architecture at London Metropolitan University in 2015, where he studied under Florian Beigel and Stephen Taylor. Having previously graduated with First Class Honours in BA Architecture at Oxford Brookes University in 2012. On completion of his undergraduate degree, Joseph worked on a number of healthcare and education projects at Penoyre & Prasad followed by a year model making at Mellbye Arkitektur Interiør in Oslo. In recent years, Joseph has worked on a range of projects, including housing projects at Henley Halebrown & Glenn Howells Architects and the construction phases of the award-winning Bushey Cemetry at Waugh Thistleton Architects. Joseph joined Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2018.

 


Matthew Stewart
MArch ARB
Project Architect

Matthew graduated in 2014 from the MArch course at the University of Westminster where he subsequently taught as a design tutor. His graduate project received runner up in the AR Global Architecture Graduate Award.  He has experience working in the residential sector with Studio McLeod in London having previously worked abroad with Approach Architecture Studio in Beijing and Byoung Soo Cho Architects in Seoul. Matthew regularly writes for architectural publications and his work has been shown at the Venice Architecture Biennale, V&A and Het Nieuwe Instituut. Matthew joined Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2019 and he is currently studying towards completing Part 3 in Architecture.

 


Ali Montero
Architectural Assistant

Ali graduated with a First Class Honours in BA Architecture from the University of Westminster in the summer of 2020 during lockdown. Her dissertation, which focused on the process of gentrification in her hometown of Bristol, was awarded the Katherine Shonfield prize. Ali previously studied at the Bristol School of Art which has informed her keen interest in art and its relationship with architecture. She also has experience working with set design and construction, interior design and exhibition curation. Currently, Ali seeks to integrate social and environmental values into her work through involvement with groups such as ACAN and XR. Ali joined Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2020.

 

Ally Bercich BDesArch, MArch
Project Architect

Ally completed her Master of Architecture at the University of Sydney in 2014, following an influential semester exchange at Lund University in Sweden. Ally has worked on high-end residential and heritage conservation projects in Sydney, Australia before moving to London in 2016. Before joining Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2021, she worked as a project architect for Soho House for several years gaining experience across hospitality and hotel design as well as residential projects for private clients.

 

 

 

 

Louise Cook ARB
Project Architect

Louise completed her Part III studies at the University of Westminster, having previously earned her undergraduate and master’s degree at the Kent School of Architecture. Louise has a diverse range of experience, having contributed to the British Pavilion’s research programme at the 15th Architecture Biennale in Venice and having worked for a plethora of sizable London based Architectural Practices in both the domestic and SME developer residential sectors. Outside of the office, Louise has a particular interest in continued education and volunteers as a RIBA Future Architects mentor.

COLLABORATORS

Tina Muller

Mikel Rueda

Eyal Amsili Giovannetti

Ruth Kedar

Alessandra Maiolino 

AWARDS
2021
Longlisted
Don’t Move Improve Award
2020
Winner
Archiboo Awards - Best use of social media
2019
Winner
Chicago Athenaeum International Awards
Special Commendation
BD Small Project Architect of The Year
Longlisted
Don’t Move Improve Award
2018
Winner
Daily Telegraph Home Building and Renovations Award
Winner
Spark Awards
Honourable Mention
Architecture Master Prize
Shortlisted
AJ Retrofit Award
Shortlisted
Sunday Times British Homes Award
Shortlisted
Architizer A+Awards
Special mention
Architizer A+Awards
Shortlisted
Hidden Homeless Competition
Shortlisted
Archiboo
Longlisted
Don’t Move Improve Award
2017
Shortlisted
Archiboo
Silver
IDA Design Award
Longlisted
Don’t Move Improve Award
2016
Winner
World Architecture Festival Award

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