July 2017 posts


THA in the final round for Croydon iStreets Competition



The finalists for Croydon i-Street competition are announced, and Tate Harmer Architects are delighted to be in the shortlist. The multi-disciplinary team is completed by Connected Space, Rise Gallery, and Lighting Partners.

The competition seeks innovative technology-led proposals to transform the public realm within the major south London town centre which is tipped for £5.25 billion-worth of regeneration funding. Proposals for the commission – which has a £2 million guide budget – should enhance the area’s challenging post-war streetscape, upgrade pedestrian movement and wayfinding, and simultaneously provide visitors with information about upcoming local events.

For more information about the competition and the rest of talented teams shortlisted, please visit the AJ Exclusive on the finalists (link here) and the update on the Croydon Council website (link here)

All the best to all the finalists!


Brunel Museum shortlisted for the New London Architecture Awards


We are excited to announce that our addition to the Brunel Museum (link here) has been shortlisted for the New London Architecture Awards. Jerry Tate will join over 700 of the capital’s leading decision-makers and professionals across development, design, planning and construction. Supported by the Mayor of London, the annual Awards seek projects of the highest design quality which make a positive contribution to their surroundings and the life of the capital.

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