Founded by Christopher Taylor and Tim Hare, TaylorHare Architects is currently a team of architects and designers spread across three studios, one in rural Kent, another in the heart of Bristol and a satellite office in Aarhus, Denmark.

Calleywell Lane

Before and After

Picture yourself walking the grounds of a grand country home in the late 1700s, accompanied by the great English landscape designer Humphry Repton. Humphry Repton’s approach to design was...

Great Bossingham Farm

House with an Orchard

Manor Farm

Humble Beginnings

TaylorHare’s wealth of experience in Class Q applications finds itself in the very origin of the practice’s first office building. We see potential and opportunity in the crudest of...

The Pigshed

COVID-19 Update

The health and safety of our staff, clients and collaborators is our most important responsibility. In light of the present COVID-19 outbreak, we are adopting several new processes in...

Site: Renovating Historical Buildings Working with old buildings is a slow process. We work with many different clients, buildings and typologies across a raft of scales, yet we often find ourselves immersed in the historical context of a site. In a society where we appear to be fixated on chasing the...

WIP: Branding It’s not often were asked to work outside the realms of architecture, although some opportunities are too good to pass up. When we were invited by @atlanticflyers if we would help design their team logo as part of their attempt to take on the @talisker_whisky @atlanticcampaigns Atlantic Challenge, we...

Planning: Great Bossingham Thrilled that our proposals for the redevelopment of a former Chicken Farm set within both a Conservation Area and AONB received planning consent at committee this week. Our scheme removes a series of inappropriate and dilapidated agricultural buildings, that are replaced with a low lying, energy efficient mixed residential...

#solidarity #blackouttuesday

Studio: Cowshed - Pigshed It’s been 8 weeks since we moved the office to remote working. Whilst we’ve adjusted to the revised daily rhythms of being house bound, and rejoiced for a short period in the benefits of a more flexible, less hectic pace to our lives. . . Right now we can’t...