Bill Taylor left his role of Partner and Managing Director at Hopkins Architects in 2010. During his time there he was responsible for a wide range of projects in many sectors. Bill was a pivotal figure in the development and success of the practice both in the UK and overseas.
From his first building with Michael Hopkins, the seminal Mound Stand at Lords Cricket Ground, to his last, the National Tennis Centre at Roehampton, which won BCO Office of the Year in 2008, Bill has enjoyed a reputation for delivering cost effective yet award winning architecture.
For the last two years Bill has been working with the All England Lawn Tennis Club on it’s 2020 Masterplan for Wimbledon and has recently become a member of the Estates Committee of the Marylebone Cricket Club as they commence the major redevelopment of Lords, the international home of cricket.