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23 Jan 2018
London Dock by St George, Wapping, London, England
photo © Peter Cook
London Dock by St George
An area of London that has been out of bounds for more than two centuries is getting a new lease of life. Patel Taylor, on behalf of St George, is transforming London Dock in Wapping into a mixed-use development that combines its rich site history with contemporary dockside living, creating new links and views through the site.
5 Nov 2017
Lombard Wharf Tower, Battersea, London, England
photo © Peter Cook
Lombard Wharf Tower
The latest contribution to London’s riverscape, Lombard Wharf. Designed for Barratt London, the impressive development sits on one of the last remaining riverfront sites in the London Borough of Wandsworth, south London.
4 Oct 2017
New homes taking shape at White City, London, England, UK
image courtesy of architects
White City Living London
A new landscape is taking shape at the heart of White City in west London. The first phase of White City Living, designed by architect Patel Taylor for developer St James, is coming out of the ground.
Featured Buildings by Patel Taylor, alphabetical:
Albert Sloman Library and Silberrad Student Centre, University of Essex, Colchester, UK
RIBA East Building of the Year Award 2016
Schueco Excellence Award – Overall Winner 2016
Eastside City Park, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK
Date built: 2013
photograph © Patel Taylor
Eastside City Park – 18 Jun 2013
Work began on the park in 2011, extending Park Street Gardens.
It was proposed in the early 2000s as a focus for the Curzon Street area.
Working with Advantage West Midlands the Birmingham City Council secured funding through European Regional Development Funds to buy and clear the land and buildings to create the park.
Courtyard Housing, Borough of Barking and Dagenham, England, UK
Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall, University of Essex, Colchester, UK
Date built: 2006
image from ArcelorMittal
Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall
London Olympic Athletes’ Village, East London, England, UK
More design projects by Patel Taylor Architects online soon
Location:48 Rawstorne Street, London EC1V 7ND
Patel Taylor Architects – Practice Information
Architects studio based in Clerkenwell, Northeast London, England
Patel Taylor Architects : London Architects
Patel Taylor is a London-based architecture practice led by Pankaj Patel and Andrew Taylor. Founded in 1989, the practice’s work ranges from city scale planning and urban landscapes, to leading residential, mixed-use and workplace developments, education and cultural buildings. Patel Taylor’s work reflects a view of design as a process embracing the historical and social dimension of places as well as their visual and aesthetic context, enhanced by material and craft.
The architecture practice is involved with some of the largest urban regeneration schemes in the UK including two new mixed-use buildings on the Southbank, and London masterplans for Wembley, Earls Court, White City and Wapping. In Birmingham, Patel Taylor completed the City’s first urban park in 130 years, Eastside City Park in 2012.
Peter Davey of the Architectural Review described this architecture office thus:
“Few practices are more paradoxical than Patel Taylor. I first came across them as designers of an exquisite garden hut, and as masterplanners for large pieces of cities as different as Antwerp and Reims. What related the vastly different scales of activity were two qualities that continue to pervade all the work: humanity and materiality.”
This British architecture practice was founded by Pankaj Patel and Andrew Taylor in 1989.
Pankaj and Andrew are active on the UK architectural scene, lecturing across the country, examining at architecture schools and serving on juries for both the Civic Trust and RIBA Awards. Both directors are members of CABE’s national design review committee and additional London design review panels.
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