Henry Goss Architects’ Lode House extension in East Cambridgeshire has finally reached completion. This is a small but exquisitely detailed addition to a house providing the owners with an extended internal living room and generous covered external living space.
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)