Piers Gough, Architect, CZWG Architects, Building, Designs, Photos, Housing
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15 Apr 2016
Piers Gough News
Back to the City Conference, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland
Keynote speakers include: Sjoerd Soeters, Piers Gough, Theodor Winters and Kathleen James-Chakraborty
Back to the City, conference by the Mackintosh School of Architecture at The Glasgow School of Art.
The conference, which brings together international speakers from academia and practice, will take place in the Reid Building at the GSA on 5 & 6 May 2016.
CZWG Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Piers Gough, alphabetical:
Preston Road, Brighton, East Sussex, south England
Barnsley Markets development, north England
CZWG with Holder Mathias Architects
Brighton Marina, Brighton, East Sussex, south England
Edgar Street Grid, Hereford
Granary Wharf – Housing, Leeds, England
Jacob’s Island, Bermondsey, southeast London
Mill St, by River Thames, Bermondsey, Southwark, southeast London
Queen Elizabeth Street, Bermondsey, Southwark, southeast London
Vaux Brewery Site redevelopment, Sunderland, County Durham, north England
Scottish Buildings by Piers Gough
Cochrane House, Glasgow
Cochrane Square: image © AJW
Building A4, Edinburgh – CZWG Architects
image © Adrian Welch
More CZWG Buildings online soon
To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.
Piers Gough – Practice Information
CZWG Architects – Background
Piers Gough, born 1946, is a famous UK architect, formerly partner in firm of Campbell, Zogolovich, Wilkinson and Gough (now CZWG)
Post-modern buildings in London’s Docklands made Piers Gough’s name:-
Cascades Apartment Tower on the Isle of Dogs (1988)
Housing (The Owl) Bermondsey
Piers Gough designed the Lutyens exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London (1981-2) and a yellow-coloured block on South Bank of Thames in London, which forms a partial spiral in plan [photo top of this page].
Piers Gough is designing a controversial skyscraper development proposed for the former Endeavour garage site on Preston Road, Brighton. The project has been branded “phallic egocentricism” due to its unusual, organic tower design.
Piers Gough is advisor to Frank Gehry on the King Alfred site in Hove, England and is also working on Brighton Marina, England.
CZWG are based in the City of London
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CZWG : South Bank Housing, London
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