House For A Gardener with Amos Goldreich
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In this episode, I talk to the architect Amos Goldreich, founder of London based studio Amos Goldreich Architecture. We discuss his latest project, a house for a gardener. A renovation of a typical London Victorian terraced property, designed for a couple and, what Amos describes as, the third client… their plants.

At the heart of this home is a covered courtyard, designed to create optimum conditions for the plants, which breathe life into the property. We also discuss the shelter for domestic abuse that Amos has designed in Israel and I find out how having both parents as architects influenced his work.

At the end of the episode, I ask Amos the three questions I ask all my podcast guests;
– what really annoys him about his home?
– what house has he visited that has really inspired him?
– and, if he could choose anyone to design him a new house, who would he choose?

If you would like to find out more about Amos Goldreich Architecture and A House For A Gardener, you can find images and links to further information on the episode page at 

I hope you enjoy listening.

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