Architects Taylor and Snell

Taylor and Snell.

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The British architects William Taylor and Robin Snell have extensive experience of working on award-winning developments that are sensitive and sustainable.

TaylorSnell Associates, London, England
Bill Taylor and Robin Snell formed their practice at the end of 2010 and work from their studio located in St John's Wood, London. After graduating from the School of Architecture at Sheffield University, they both joined the office of Michael Hopkins, in 1982 and 1983 respectively, where they spent their formative years, working as project architects on some of the most important and influential architectural projects in the United Kingdom at that time and since.

William Taylor, Partner
NATIONAL TENNIS CENTRE, for the Lawn Tennis Association, London - British Council of Offices 'Best of the Best' Award 2008; British Council of Offices National Award 2008; IPC/IAKS Award (Distinction) 2009; RIBA Award 2008;
Structural Steel Award 2008.
APPLIED RESEARCH BUILDING, Northern Arizona University, USA - Arizona's first LEED Platinum rated 2008; AIA
Arizona Public Service Energy Award 2008; AIA Southern Arizona Honor Award 2008; Institute of Sustainable Laboratories 'Go Beyond' Award 2008; RIBA International Award 2009.
EVELINA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, London - Shortlisted for Stirling Prize 2008 and People's Choice; RIBA Award for Architecture 2006; AIA/UK Commendation 2008; British Construction Industry Award 2006; Civic Trust Award 2006.
GIBBS BUILDING, Headquarters for the Welcome Trust, London - Art and Works Award 2006; British Council for Offices Award 2006; RIBA award for Architecture 2005; Structural Steel Awards 2005

Robin Snell, Partner
WHITLINGHAMWATER ACTIVITIES CENTRE: LABC Best Public / Community Project 2006, Shortlisted for the BCIA Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award 2006
ARNOLFINI CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART: Structural Steel Design Award, 2005
SURREY INSTITUTE OF ART AND DESIGN: RIBA Award 1999, Civic Trust Award 1999, Structural Steel Design
Award 1999, Waverley Borough Council Design Award 1999, Farnham Society Civic Award 1999.
GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA HOUSE (with Michael Hopkins and Partners): RIBA National Awards 1994, Royal Fine Arts Commission Arts Building of the Year Award 1994, British Construction Industry Building of the Year Award 1994, Civic Trust Award 1995, Financial Times Building of the Year Award 1995, Carpenters Award 1995.
BRACKEN HOUSE (with Michael Hopkins and Partners): RIBA National Awards 1992, British Construction Industry Award 1992, City Heritage Award 1992, British Architectural Design Award 1992, Civic Trust Award 1994.
SCHUMBERGER RESEARCH CENTRE (with Michael Hopkins and Partners) Financial Times Award for Architecture 1985, RIBA National Awards 1988.