New addition for Croft Goode Architects

Lancashire-based architecture and urban design practice Croft Goode Architects has appointed architectural designer Andrew Green from Stanton Andrews.

Croft Goode, based in Kirkham, recruited Green as a Part III Architectural Assistant to work on a range of social housing, private residential and education projects.

Green, who studied at the Lincoln School of Architecture, Westminster University and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, joins the practice after spells with Stanton Andrews Architects, in Clitheroe, and Ian Simpson Architects in Manchester.

During his studies Green's work was nominated for RIBA Bronze and Silver Medals and in 2008, he won the architectural design category of the Northern Design Competition. In 2010, he was also published as one of the top six UK architecture graduates by Building Design magazine.

Mick Goode, a director of Croft Goode, said: "Andrew has gained a wide range of architectural experience, both from his studies and from employment with a number of regional architecture practices. He will be a great addition to our team."

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Hopefully he’ll be able to improve their awful 70’s throwback housetypes that they have managed to parachute in all over the place.

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