Tim Carlyle BA (Hons) BA, BArch, Dip Arch, ARB
Tim Carlyle is a Canterbury based architect and teaches at the University of Kent. From 2009 he has collaborated with meld on a number of projects, becoming an integral member of the team.
He has experience of a broad range of building types, including residential, education, healthcare, retail, mixed-use, and listed buildings, and has worked extensively at all project scales through all RIBA work stages, from feasibility to final completion. He has experience in the full range of contract types from minor works through to PFI, and in practice management.
Tim was previously at Llewelyn Davies Yeang, engaging in mixed residential projects including some high rise, and in NHS hospital extensions Great Ormond Street Hospital new clinical accommodation (£75M) and Chelmsford HT at Broomfield reconstruction (£125M).
This followed a period of six years (1998-2004) working as a Project Leader for HTA Architects in Camden, on large residential projects: Mozart Estate regeneration; Shoreditch New Deal for Communities and Stock Transfer projects
From 1990 – 1998 Tim ran his own practice in East Kent, specialising in residential and educational projects, including consultancy to the first wave of independent Foundation schools, warehouse conversions, and PFI feasibility studies. From 1985 – 1990, Tim was an Associate at Clague Group, Canterbury, a larger mixed practice.
Tim studied architecture at Canterbury College of Art Architecture School, and obtained a first degree in Philosophy from York University.