Jerry Tate Lecture
Join us for a lecture from Jerry Tate of Tate + Co on Tuesday 22nd February 2022 at 6pm.
University of Hertfordshire, A154 Lindop Building,
College Lane Campus, Hatfield, AL10 9AB
Zoom Link: https://herts-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/95332733211
Tate+Co are architects based in Dalston, East London.
Clients describe us as strategic thinkers and enjoy that we unearth the true potential of their projects. We get to the heart of what matters to define exactly what you need, building friendly trusted relationships along the way.
We work on education, culture, hotel and housing projects. The common threads are their historical context or natural setting and their positive impact on the environment.
Our buildings are simple to use, easy to read, and always connected to nature.
Jerry founded Tate+Co in 2007 and maintains a central role at the practice. He is driven by his desire to generate creative, pragmatic and unique solutions for each project. Jerry is influential across all projects, ensuring design quality is paramount.
Jerry was educated at Nottingham University and the Bartlett, where he received the Antoine Predock Design Award, subsequently completing a masters degree at Harvard University, where he received the Kevin V. Kieran prize. Prior to establishing Tate+Co, he worked at Grimshaw Architects where he led a number of significant projects including ‘The Core’ education facilities at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK.
Jerry is frequently invited to lecture, notably at Education Estates, the Carpenters Fellowship and Ecobuild, as well as contribute to architecture publications, including the Architects Journal, Building Design, Sustain, and World Architecture News. He has taught at Harvard University and run a timber design and make course for the Dartmoor Arts organisation. Currently Jerry teaches at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and is Regnier Visiting Professor for Kansas State University’s Architecture School. In his spare time Jerry is involved with a number of charities and is a trustee at the Grimshaw Foundation and a Governor at Cranleigh School.