Good Architecture is the new name for Andrew Goodman Architecture.
We have over 20 years experience of designing buildings for living, community and work.
To create low energy, environment conscious, inclusive buildings through:
- Good working relationships during the project and after.
- Good design that meets the project brief, makes economic use of resources and results in buildings that are good to use.
- Good detailing that minimises energy consumption as far as possible.
We want to work on buildings that are good for our clients, good for users and good for the planet.
Prophetic words: Building design to accommodate the needs of the future is not new - a ‘Long Life / Loose Fit / Low Energy’ approach to building design was promoted by Alex Gordon in 1972 when president of the RIBA.