Geraghty Taylor Architects
Geraghty Taylor Architects

Geraghty Taylor Architects

Architects from Saxon House, 48 Southwark Street, London, United Kingdom
Geraghty Taylor is an award winning architectural practice who’s innovative approach to ensuring it delivers buildings which are as practical as they are creative has won it many accolades in its eight year history. Winner of the first prize and commissioned to design the British Red Cross Museum in the City of London, finalists in the RIBA’s Sustainable Living Competition and Pattern Book competitions and first prize winner in the Architectural Competition to design The Bridge Environment and Education Centre. Founded in 2004 by Brendan Geraghty and Karl Taylor, Geraghty Taylor Architects has grown steadily to handle a broad range of projects of varying sizes both nationally and internationally. The practice includes specialists in urban design, modern methods of construction, sustainability and interior design.