We are proud to be celebrating 10 years of Tate Harmer, with our continued passion for working within natural environments. We create inspirational and sustainable spaces for people and communities that connect with, and respond to the natural environment.
We’ve had the privilege of working with some fantastic cultural clients, as well our long standing relationships with the Eden Project, the Museum of Scouting for the Scout Association, our continued work with the Anise Gallery, the Garden of Ideas, the Pulse Group, and of course the amazing Brunel Museum.
We’ve worked with some visionary education clients too, including a new lab block for Cranleigh School, a new Creative Centre and theatre for York St John University and of course the new Invisible Worlds project for Eden. We are passionate about education, we teach at the Bartlett UCL, and have really enjoyed working with both the RIBA and Open City to develop educational workshops for children.
Above all, we want to say a huge thank you. Architecture isn’t really about buildings it is about people. And we are thankful to the people who have worked with us, supported us and created with us for the last ten years, and hopefully for the next thirty or more to follow.