Timothy Tasker Architects

Timothy Tasker Architects
Ross House, The Square
GL54 1AF

About Timothy Tasker Architects

Timothy Tasker Architects is a RIBA chartered practice dedicated to achieving well-crafted, elegant designs through careful consideration of scale, form and context. Tim Tasker established the practice in 2016 following more than a decade of working for critically-acclaimed practices, designing and delivering residential and commercial schemes.

After receiving a commendation from The Bartlett, one of the country’s leading architecture schools, Tim went to Marks Barfield Architects. Here he was part of the design team that delivered the London Eye and the Thames Cable car. He then spent three years at double-Stirling Award-winning Wilkinson Eyre Architects designing several high profile projects, including the Battersea Power Station development, London.

The practice believes design is inseparable from wellbeing. Natural light, air and materials, planting, acoustics and movement all play a part in our architecture. So too does respect for place: every one of Tim Tasker Architects’ projects is in conversation with its surroundings.

Buildings are about people, and so is the studio. Working together, clients find that Tim Tasker Architects are collaborative in approach and rigorous in delivery. From small residential projects to large-scale developments, they are creating spaces that feel relevant, harmonious and healthy.

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