Jerry Tate — Tate Harmer
Jerry Tate founded Tate Harmer in 2007 as an architectural practice based in Dalson, east London, with a focus on sustainable design.
Alongside partner Rory Harmer, he has led his team on a number of significant projects including the Museum of Scouting, York St. John University’s Creative Centre, and a continuing relationship with Cornwall’s Eden Project.
Tate is an award-winning architect in his own right and regularly teaches at the Carpenters Fellowship and Ecobuild. He has previously taught at Harvard University, Dartmoor Arts and is currently teaching at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
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