RUSSELL TAYLOR D Arch Dip Cons (AA) RIBA IHBC FRSA
Russell Taylor is a renowned exponent of design in the Classical tradition work that encompasses private houses, public buildings and ecclesiastical architecture. He is the principal of Russell Taylor Architects, a practice he started in 2005.
His designs and projects have received a number of awards and been widely published. He is active in a number of influential organisations including: The Art Worker’s Guild, The The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, and The International Network for Traditional Building Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU). He is a member of the executive committee of the Georgian Group, a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Masons, and he teaches at the Engelsberg Summer School in Classical Architecture (ESSCA).
Notable previous projects by Russell Taylor include: Crosby Hall in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea a Tudor style great house; a Classical education centre for the Royal College of Physicians in Regents Park; the St. Joseph’s and Cardinal Newman Chapels in the London Oratory; the September 11th Memorial in Grosvenor Square; and houses in Cornwall built of the local materials: slate and granite.