Following graduation from the Architectural Association in London in 1999, I worked for a variety of high profile London-based design practices. Diverse projects in the UK and abroad at different scales provided me 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 I was central to the team that designed and oversaw the construction of a RIBA Award-winning secondary school.
In my view, architecture should be about people; the particular end-user - not simply about a preoccupation with a preferred style. My ambition is therefore that each project achieves an individual response to the client's, and I mean in the broadest sense and not simply the commissioning body's, requirements and aspirations. As such, I believe in establishing an empathetic relationship and genuine sense of co-creation for projects. While I strive for enduring designs, and they can be at any scale, I see innovation e.g. the use of new and sustainable materials or the inventive employment of traditional ones, as essential to any progressive approach.
Whilst at present Amos Goldreich Architecture is principally involved with private residential projects, it is also pursuing other types of projects locally and internationally. These currently include competition entries and collaboration with a charity on a project abroad.
In parallel to architecture, I also undertake architectural photography commissions through Amos Goldreich Photography, with work being commissioned by established architectural practices and appearing in numerous publications, including the Architects' Journal, Architecture Today, AA Files, Time Out and Vogue.
Amos Goldreich Architecture is a RIBA Charted Practice and a member of the Architects Registration Board