The Forum Exeter, Devon

An RIBA south west award wining building at Exeter University in Devon; The Forum. This building benefited from design review during the design and pre-planning stage

Design Review Panel Training 2018

Design Review Panel training session carried out in Taunton and the Somerset County Cricket Ground in November 2018. The event was extremely well attended by local authority representatives, house builders and design team members

Exeter Quay by Jonathan Braddick

Photograph of Exeter Quay taken by Architect and Design Review Panel Manager Jonathan Braddick. The Design Review Panel holds regular design review panel sessions at Exeter City Council

Design Review Panel Training 2018

Design Review Panel training event 2018. Jonathan Tricker, Highways Engineer, Urban Designer & Director at Phil Jones Associates, gave a talk entitled: ‘Highway Design in Placemaking’

Steiner School Exeter

The design review Panel was engaged by Willmott Dixon during the pre-application design stage of the project to help them prepare a design that would be acceptable to the local authority

Design Review Panel Site Visit Poole

Photograph from a 2018 design review panel site visit carried out in Dorset in 2018. A full sit down design review panel was subsequently held in the Poole Borough Council Offices

North Grays Farm Para 79 House

External visualization for a NPPF paragraph 55 (now 79) house that was presented to the design review panel. This project has subsequently gone on to achieve planning permission and is now built on site

Design Review Panel Training 2017

Design Review Panel training session carried out in Exeter, Devon in December 2017. The event was extremely well attended by local authority representatives, house builders and design team members

Para 79 House by Hawkes Architecture

Para 79 House in Dover Kent by Hawkes Architecture

Rockfish Exeter Quay

A small but sensitive project in Exeter Quay; The Rockfish Restaurant has been designed by Grainge Architects who engaged with The Design Review Panel during the design & pre -application planning stage

Pegasus Life Project Sidmouth Devon

Pegasus Life secured planning permission through public inquiry for a Sarah Wigglesworth Architects scheme for a C2 assisted living community at The Knowle, Sidmouth, Devon. The Design Review Panel (www.designreviewpanel.co.uk) were instructed by East Devon District Council (EDDC) to provide multidisciplinary, expert, independent and impartial guidance and feedback to the local authority, applicant and design team during the pre-application design stage.

Plymouth Hoe

Photograph of Plymouth Hoe, Devon. The Design Review Panel holds regular design review panel sessions at Plymouth City Council

Design Review Panel Training 2017

Design Review Panel training session carried out in Exeter, Devon in December 2017. The event was extremely well attended and incorporated a mock design review panel session and design workshop

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Amos Goldreich

Chartered Architect

Following graduation from the Architectural Association in London in 1999, I worked for a variety of high-profile London architecture practices, including David Chipperfield, Stanton Williams, Haworth Thompkins and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Through my involvement in a comprehensive range of diverse projects in the UK and abroad at different scales I gained
extensive experience covering all sectors — residential, commercial, cultural, and educational. In 2010, I established Amos Goldreich Architecture, developing projects in close collaboration with
clients and end users, to create buildings and places which have a positive impact on people’s lives and are a joy to experience.

Through my involvement in a wide range of diverse projects in the UK and abroad at different scales for a variety of high-profile architecture practices, including David Chipperfield, Stanton
Williams, Haworth Thompkins and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, I gained extensive experience covering all sectors — residential, commercial, cultural, and educational. In 2010, I established Amos Goldreich Architecture, developing predominantly residential projects in close
collaboration with clients and end users, to create buildings and places which have a positive
impact on people’s lives and are a joy to experience.

I am passionate about charitable and social projects, working closely with homelessness
charities and I am part of the think tank Architects Aware, which is pursuing solutions for London’s growing homelessness crisis. Amos Goldreich Architecture has designed one of the few
purpose-built shelters for victims of domestic violence in Israel – and internationally – with input from staff to address the specific needs of its residents. The shelter provides a home away from home, where people from different backgrounds can come to terms with their individual traumas
and rebuild their lives and receive guidance and support during a key period of transition. We
hope our practice demonstrated what can be done with limited funding and the challenging demands of a range of stakeholders.

In my view, architecture is about people – the individual end-user – and not a preoccupation with
a preferred style. My ambition is to first understand the particular characteristics and challenges of the project to achieve an individual design response to the client’s needs and ambitions always delivered with an acute sense of empathy and pragmatism. Much of my work has a strong
humanitarian focus – always aware of the positive and progressive values that buildings can
deliver to people and communities. We are delivering high-quality sustainable and low-carbon designs based on innovative new and sustainable materials and techniques or the inventive use of traditional ones as an essential part of the design process.

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