Stephen Taylor is the founding Director of Stephen Taylor Architects. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1987 with a Master of Arts and subsequently gained his RIBA Part 3 and registration as a Chartered Architect in 1993. He gained experience from a number of high profile employers such as Richard Rogers Partnership, Stanton Williams, Allies and Morrison, Richard Reid Architects, BDP, and Jeremy Dixon BDP between 1985 and 1992.
As the principal of Stephen Taylor Architects, Stephen is responsible for the creative direction and management of the practice. He oversees all work carried out within the office and is closely involved with each member of his team in the development of projects from inception through to completion.
Stephen Taylor was appointed as a CABE enabler as part of CABE’s Enabling programme and has also previously worked as a consultant to the London Development Agency as a member of their Design Advisors Panel and as a member of the Newham Design Review Panel. He has lectured extensively on architecture and urban design throughout Europe and is currently a postgraduate unit master at the CASS School of Art, Architecture and Design, where he has taught since 2007.