Amos Goldreich Architecture
Amos Goldreich studied at the Architectural Association in London and has since built an impressive portfolio of work from galleries, showrooms and commercial buildings to private houses and spas. Amos has delivered projects whilst working for numerous well-known architectural practices, including David Chipperfield Architects and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. His practice, Amos Goldreich Architecture, established in 2010, has a reputation for approaching projects with an open mind and a strong focus on context. For Amos, architecture is about people and so the practice’s work is always delivered with an acute sense of empathy and pragmatism. Much of their work has a strong humanitarian focus – aware of the positive and progressive values that buildings can deliver to people and communities. In 2016, the practice’s Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence in Israel won the WAF Future Projects Award.