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Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners
Elfort Road House, Amos Goldreich Architecture | International Design Awards Winners

Elfort Road House

CompanyAmos Goldreich Architecture
Lead DesignersAmos Goldreich
Design TeamAmos Goldreich, Tina Muller and Mikel Rueda
Project LocationLondon, UK
ClientPrivate
CreditsPhotos by Rory Gardiner
Prize(s)Silver in Architecture Categories / Renovation
Entry Description

Amos Goldreich Architecture has completed the spectacular transformation of a dark, cluttered terraced house in Islington, London, into a sophisticated, light and spacious family home.

The project comprises a side and roof extension, as well as extensive internal refurbishment. featuring open-plan kitchen, dining and living areas on the ground and lower-ground floors.

Bio

We are a London based architectural practice with an international reach, specialising in buildings that provide enlightened and inspiring spaces for those inhabiting them. We deliver award-winning design and expertise to all projects from a family home for a private client, to a domestic violence refuge centre for an international charity. Our objective is always to marry the pragmatic with the aesthetic in a way that results in buildings and places that have a positive impact on people’s lives and are a joy to experience.

Awards and Prize

World Architecture Festival Category Winner 2016 - Best Future Health Building.