TS&JT Architecture & Design

Overview

Timothy Smith BArch (hons) Dip Arch
Jonathan Taylor BSc (hons) BArch (hons) Dip Arch RIAS RIBA

Timothy Smith and Jonathan Taylor Architects was established in 2010. Current projects include estate buildings for the National Trust, a housing development in East Anglia, a large barn conversion in the South Downs and several residential conversions and refurbishments. We offer a full range of architecture and design services, from conception to delivery. We can draw on the services of a wide range of consultants with whom we have an ongoing relationship, including engineers, building control specialists, historic building and conservation consultants and others.

While the approach of our office to each design project responds to its individual brief and specific existing conditions, there are interests which are common to all projects. We consider that it is possible to have a creative modern architecture with traditional virtues, a respect for history and freedom from cant; at once recognisable and unfamiliar. Balance, proportion, character, intrigue and wit are central to our work.

The practice was recently featured in the Architecture Foundation’s publication ‘New Architects 3’, the definitive survey of the best practices formed in the last 10 years. Projects by the practice have been shortlisted for the Brick Awards 2017, AJ Small Projects competition, a housing competition for Peabody and for an RIBA Yorkshire Award. In 2013 the Architect’s Journal invited the practice to participate in a design charette with developer Argent, for a large urban site in central Birmingham.

Both partners teach a postgraduate design unit at Kingston School of Art, London, where Timothy is also director of the MArch Architecture course. This academic environment provides opportunities for reflection and intellectual rigour, which in turn informs our practice.






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