Patel Taylor

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Patel Taylor
Practice information
Founded 1989

Placemaking Awards 2015[1]

Masterplanning & Public Realm Architect of the Year 2013[2]

Patel Taylor is an architecture practice based in Clerkenwell, London. It operates from its own studios in Rawstorne Street, in an old warehouse converted by the firm in 2011.

Patel Taylor has completed projects throughout the United Kingdom and in mainland Europe.

The practice specialises in fusing together the elements of architecture, landscape and urban design. In particular its collaborative work with French landscape architect Allain Provost has produced the award-winning Eastside City Park and Thames Barrier Park.


There are more than 40 people working at the Clerkenwell offices of Patel Taylor.

The practice includes architects, urban designers, landscape architects, designers, model makers, as well as technical specialists.


  • Andrew Taylor
  • Pankaj Patel


Notable projects include the Athletes Village Guidelines and Athletes Village Housing for the London 2012 Olympic Games.



Urban design[edit]


The practice has won RIBA Awards for 9 of its projects, and Civic Trust Awards for 6 projects as well as many others.

Most recently the recently completed Courtyard Housing project received a commendation for the Placemaking Awards 2015 and Eastside City Park was awarded a Civic Trust Award and 4 RIBA Awards – a National award, West Midlands award, Building of the Year award and Client of the year for Birmingham City Council. It was included in the long list for the Stirling Prize for 2013.


  1. ^ "Courtyard Housing". 
  2. ^ "Architect of the Year Awards 2013". Building Design. Retrieved 28 December 2013. 

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