Piers Gough

20th April 2023

Piers Gough CBE RA is an acclaimed postmodern architect and leader in the profession. Co-founder of CZWG Architects in 1975, his principal buildings include Islington Square, the Canada Water Library and Maggie’s Centre in Nottingham, as well as four buildings listed in 2018: China Wharf and The Circle in Bermondsey, the CDT Building at Bryanston School and Janet Street-Porter House in Clerkenwell – although probably his most famous building is the smallest: the Westbourne Grove Public Lavatory and Flower Kiosk (Royal Fine Art Commission Trust Jeu d’Esprit Award 1994). Gough has been an English Heritage Commissioner and a Review Panel Chair and Commissioner of CABE. For the past ten years he has been Professor of Architecture at the Royal Academy Schools.

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