Andrew Taylor is an architect, urbanist and design advisor with over thirty years of professional experience in London and the UK.
He is a co-Founder and Director of Patel Taylor where he is currently leading the design of some of the city’s largest urban land transformations at Beam Park, White City Living, TwelveTrees Park and London Dock.
Taking a combined approach to architecture, landscape and urban design, he is recognised for shaping exemplary residential, mixed-use and cultural buildings alongside city-scale masterplans and well-loved public realm.
These include critical pieces of urban infrastructure, such as London’s Thames Barrier Park and Birmingham’s Eastside City Park, to the Silberrad Student Centre and Albert Sloman Library at the University of Essex and Courtyard Housing, an innovative senior living prototype for London Borough of Barking & Dagenham.
At a civic level, Andrew has served on design and quality review panels for Haringey, Lambeth, Islington, Newham, the Olympic Delivery Agency and the CABE Built Environment Experts Panel.
Alongside professional practice, Andrew contributes to the academic field as a Visiting Professor of The Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University and has previously lectured at institutions in Japan, Spain, France, Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands.