Jerry Tate BA(Hons) DipArch MArch ARB RIBA
Jerry is the principal of Jerry Tate Architects and has extensive experience delivering residential, arts, commercial and sustainable projects. A winner of two prestigious academic awards, he has taught at Harvard University and the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.
Obtaining his BA(Hons) at Nottingham University, Jerry subsequently completed his Diploma in Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL where he received the Antoine Predock Design Award. He became a chartered RIBA UK architect in 2000. While completing his Masters in Architecture at Harvard University, he received the Kevin V. Kieran Award for the highest academic achievement in architecture.
During his eight years working for Grimshaw Architects, Jerry led the delivery of a number of significant projects including 'The Core' education facilities at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK, the refurbishment of the surrounding listed buildings at Paddington Station, London, UK, a large section of the UCL Institute for Cancer Studies in London, UK and Stansted Terminal 2 in Essex, UK.
Jerry founded Jerry Tate Architects in 2007. The practice has rapidly achieved an international reputation for designing buildings that bring architecture and nature together, and has been published in architecture journals and national newspapers, exhibited at a number of venues including at the Royal Academy and Jerry has delivered a number of talks at locations as diverse as Ecobuild and the Treehouse Gallery. Jerry Tate Architects is also involved in community workshops and enabling consultations, working with charities such as Open City and The Campaign for Drawing.