TS&JT Architecture & Design

Partners

Timothy Smith BArch (hons) Dip Arch

Timothy Smith studied architecture at Edinburgh College of Art, London Metropolitan University and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art. Prior to establishing his practice he worked in Zürich, Edinburgh and London on competitions, residential architecture and urban design projects.

Timothy is Course Leader for MArch Architecture at Kingston University in London and runs an MArch design unit there with Jonathan Taylor.  He has previously taught at London Metropolitan University and has been a guest critic at UK universities, Yale School of Architecture and at ETH in Zurich.

He is registered with the Architects Registration Board, a freeman of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects and a board member of the INTBAU Engelsberg Summer School in Classical Architecture.

 

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

Jonathan Taylor studied architecture at Edinburgh College of Art and at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. His student work was exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh and at the Lighthouse in Glasgow. Prior to establishing his practice he worked in Edinburgh for Simpson and Brown Architects on a number of restoration and conservation projects including the Scotch Malt Whisky Society’s building on Queen Street. While in Edinburgh he also worked on a significant urban design project in the city’s Old Town. He then worked in London with Adam Richards Architects on projects including student accommodation at West Dean College, proposals for the extension of Ditchling Museum, a private library in Dorset, a folly in Gloucestershire and retail fit-outs.

He currently runs an MArch design unit at Kingston University School of Architecture in London with Timothy Smith and has previously taught architecture at Edinburgh College of Art and has been a guest critic at London Metropolitan and Kingston Universities, and at ETH in Zurich.

He is registered with the Architects Registration Board and is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.