Piers Taylor is a renowned award winning architect, broadcaster and academic.
Piers co-presents the successful BBC Two Series ‘The House that £100k Built’ which demonstrates to self-builders how to do more, with less. The opening episode drew close to 3 million viewers – a first for an architectural TV series. Piers also presents the hit spin-off series, Tricks of the Trade and The Final Fix. Earlier this year he co-presented 'The World's Most Extraordinary Homes' also for BBC Two.
Piers has been called ‘One of the brightest architects in the profession’ and has designed a number of seminal buildings, including the RIBA Award Winning ‘Room 13’ and the house ‘Moonshine’ which won the AJ Small Project Award. His built work has been published extensively and internationally, and typically pushes boundaries in terms of cost, technique and process. He is known for his resourceful ‘thinking outside of the box’ and his challenging of mainstream convention in architecture and in education.
Selfbuilding on a budget with Piers Taylor
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