Social and Public

It is our priority and duty to be respectful and caring of the environment and our community. These values imbue our work, and we are minded to be involved in projects that contribute to individuals’ and society’s good.

We are privileged to work with charities and public bodies, focusing on understanding the challenges they face and the end-users‘ needs, and making sure the designs fulfill their briefs and make the most of their budgets.

We understand the challenges these sectors face, and our starting point is always to listen to both the clients and stakeholders, and deliver thoughtful and innovative designs. The success of our work is based on this bespoke service, providing the highest attention to detail and adhering to the programme and budget. Collaboration is at the heart of our practice. We work with our clients — not for them: you are at the heart of our designs and an integral part of the design team.

We have a proven process for delivering these results: We provide feasibility studies which will examine the site and brief, and provide information on planning, costs and programme. We successfully collaborate with a team of consultants, such as structural engineers, planning consultants and quantity surveyors. 

Re-imagined commercial space – Design study to consider the conversion of small commercial properties to provide accommodation for ‘Work Ready’ Homeless.

As part of our work with AA! we considered offices, pubs and retail units to provide short-term accommodation designed to suit the needs of  ‘work ready’ people who are homeless. Pre-fabrication and off-site modular components could be utilised to provide replicable solutions for different sites. The study below shows how small units could be converted to provide sleeping space, a shared ‘hub’ kitchen and supporting facilities for the worker group.

We communicate clearly to keep you abreast of your project and its progress at any given time.

We know how to deliver design-led schemes on tight budgets which are functional and beautiful.

This process has led us to successfully deliver a Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence which won numerous awards, including the World Architecture Festival in 2016.

Amos Goldreich is part of the London-based think tank Architects Aware, a group of built environment professionals that aims to find design and policy-based solutions to the UK homelessness crisis.

If you are interested in beginning the process, please get in touch here.