Tate Harmer

Tate Harmer is a young architecture practice with specialist experience in the residential, education and cultural sectors.

Based in East London, the practice believes in the power of a highly collaborative design approach, and works closely with clients to demystify the process of architecture. The firm specialises in timber technology construction and has a highly sustainable approach to design.  A significant number of their projects are in very sensitive locations, unique landscapes or important historic settings.

Recent projects include Hollin House and Hoo House. The practice have also delivered a number of playful interventions at the Eden project including a series of high level visitor walkways and a treetop research station.

The practice works in and around London and as far afield as Devon and Cornwall.



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Designs for new Museum of Scouting by Tate Harmer unveiled

Tate Harmer has won a competition to design a new museum for The Scout Association (TSA) with a scheme inspired…

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Tate Harmer steps up to engineer a piece of history

Tate Harmer – the practice behind last year’s acclaimed TREExOFFICE in Hoxton Square – is now set to transform a…

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New Cranleigh school classrooms and cricket pavilion push boundaries

Architects Tate Harmer, have been appointed by specialist design and build consultancy Blue Forest, to design a new teaching building…

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New co-working space, the TREExOFFICE, promotes a new way of working

If you go down to Hoxton Square today you’re sure for a big surprise. Local freelancers and small businesses are…

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Prototype pop-up tree-office opens for business in the heart of Hackney

 TREExOFFICE – a new concept in co-working spaces was officially launched today in Hoxton Square. It’s the first initiative to…

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Historic image of the Rotherhithe shaft in the Grade II* listed Thames Tunnel ©Brunel Museum

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The first project by Brunel is set to be transformed into underground ‘cavern’ of theatre

Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s first project, the Rotherhithe shaft in the Grade II* listed Thames Tunnel; is set to be transformed…

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