Simon Gould is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and is a tutor with the MArch Year 1 Design Studio. Simon has been teaching at the University of Bath for over 10 years and has been involved in 3rd, 4th and 5th year teaching. Other education roles include a position as External Examiner at the University of the West of England on the Architecture and the Built Environment Masters course.
Simon is a Director at the Bath based architects practice Mitchell Eley Gould, an exciting award winning company which work in a variety of building fields. The projects in which the practice are involved range from major mixed use urban designs to the creative Studio Workshop school charrettes. The practice approach to design looks to maintain a common sense of care, enthusiasm and attention to detail; the aspiration to create inspiring space is at its core. Whether it be designing a new school, home, work place or urban setting, the belief is that every place and space can be inspiring in its own specific way.
Award winning projects that Simon has worked on include a new library for Kings College School in Taunton, a Theatre and ICT building for Pangbourne School, the new Social Science building as well as boarding house at Kingswood School in Bath and most recently Simon has been working on a number of housing and masterplan projects which range in scale from one off houses to an 850 dwelling masterplan in Wales.
Simon also worked at MacCormac Jamieson Pritchard and the Stirling Prize winning practice Feilden Clegg Bradley on projects that included the award winning National Trust building in Swindon, Yorkshire Sculpture Park Underground Gallery and the New Civic Offices for Runnymede. He was also a member of the competition winning team that designed the New Art Gallery for AG Leventis in Cyprus which has recently been completed.
Simon studied architecture at The University of Bath where he received a first class honours degree, he then studied at the University of Cambridge where he gained a Commendation for his Diploma and an RIBA Commendation for the Silver Medal.
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