CG work with people and places to find resourceful and elegant design solutions. The human experience is the primary design driver in all projects ranging from private homes to cultural events and neighbourhoods. Ring us to discuss your particular idea, arrange initial consultation and hear more about what we can do.
CG Architecture is founded by Christina Godiksen. She is a registered danish architect, graduated from the Architectural Association in London and she also studied at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture in Copenhagen. Christina also teaches architecture and currently runs an architectural design unit in Oxford Brookes University School of architecture.
CG Architecture has been working on projects in the UK and abroad since 2002.
"All the projects I work on have been amazing in their own way. Off course working on The Armed Forces Memorial was really special, the design process, working with Liam O'Connor, the entire team, the contractors and off course to see how much it means to people when it opened."
CULTURAL GEOMETRIES research is a collaborative research community founded by Christina Godiksen in 2012 with the core team being Matthew Brown, Jonathan Hagos, Michael Howe & Tom Yudin. The work is interdisciplinary across architectural practices, universities, manufacturers, local authorities, and communities in the uk and abroad.
"Research by making, testing, making again is knowledge building and perhaps one day innovative"
The aim is to find new architectural opportunities through working directly with neighbourhoods and specific cultural conditions using 1:1 collaborations and experimentation. The research informs both CG projects and teaching.
CULTURAL GEOMETRIES depends on a core community of people who are amazing. Every attempt has been made to credit everybody involved in each project.