Lode House by Henry Goss Architects

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Project: Single storey extension to private residence

Location: Lode, East Cambridgeshire, South East England, United Kingdom
Area: 40 m²
Year 2017


AWARD

RIBA Regional Award in 2017



Architects: Henry Goss Architects
Photography: © Henry Goss



Henry Goss Architects’ Lode House extension in East Cambridgeshire has finally reached completion.  The materials proposed echo the surrounding agricultural vernacular through the use of cor-ten cladding and timber lining to the solar shading element which even met with approval from the conservation officer despite having a clearly contemporary aesthetic so often resisted in conservation areas.

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Henry Goss Architects


Henry Goss Architects was established in 2011 and is rapidly gaining a reputation for innovative contemporary design based on a ‘whole process’ collaborative approach.

Henry studied at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff, graduating with a first class BSc (Hons) Degree and receiving the T Alwyn Lloyd Memorial Travelling Scholarship for best overall performance at BSc. Henry continued his studies in Cardiff and was awarded Distinction in his Diploma of Architecture as well as receiving two further awards: the T Alwyn Lloyd Memorial Fund Award for best overall performance at BArch and the Colwyn Foulkes Trust Award for best design making a major contribution to care for the environment. Henry was featured in Building Design’s top 10 architecture students ‘Class of 2005’ and in 2009 was awarded the Young European Architect of the Year Award by the Leading European Architects Forum (LEAF)

Having gained experience working as an architectural assistant for practices such as Foster and Partners in London and Collins and Turner Architects in Australia, Henry joined John Pardey Architects. During this five year period Henry was Project Architect for the RIBA Award winning ‘Hind House’ in 2008 and the RIBA Award winning Watson House in 2011.

The year prior to establishing Henry Goss Architects was spent with Rick Mather Architects where Henry was instrumental in the successful competition submission for a large-scale arts project in the United States as well as developing a tender submission for one of the largest Passivhaus housing schemes in the UK.

In 2014 Henry Goss and world renowned architectural visualiser Peter Guthrie founded The Boundary and Architectural Visualisation Studio which in the past three years has established a reputation as one of the leading studios of it’s kind in the world working on projects internationally with Architects including Renzo Piano, Peter Zumthor, Richard Rogers, Alvaro Siza, Herzog and Demuron, Richard Meier, Rafael Vinoly amongst others.

In 2017 Henry Goss Architects’ Lode House was awarded an RIBA regional award in the RIBA East District.


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