Taylor AikinAIA | LEED GA | Associate Partner firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylor Aikin leads a broad range of project types and scales from cultural and educational to religious and residential. He is experienced in all aspects of project delivery, including master planning and feasibility through all design phases and construction administration. With over 15 years’ experience he has helped a broad range of clients from families to developers to global institutions realize their aspirations through strategic planning and outstanding design.
Taylor’s projects are Garitage Park, a 450,000sf mixed-use high-rise development in Sofia, Bulgaria; PS 19Q Marino Jeantet School, a 97,000sf full-building addition to a public school in Queens; the St. Patrick’s Cathedral Glass Walls projects as well as ongoing projects for Trinity School and the Gillen Brewer School.
Taylor, a licensed architect and LEED Green Associate, holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, and a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is the recipient of Columbia University’s Honors for Excellence in Design, and the AIA Colorado Young Architects Award for Graphic Technology. He has served as a guest critic at Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute.
His articles have been published in Faith and Form Magazine and Construction Specifier Magazine. Taylor serves as Program Director on the AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee and is a founding member of the Bricks and Mortals working group, a consortium of landmark churches in New York City.
Taylor joined Murphy Burnham & Buttrick in 2015 and was appointed Associate in 2016 and Associate Partner in 2019.
- Construction Specifier | February 2019Glass Structures in Historic Milieux
- Faith & Form | September 2018Soulful and Social: Community and Sanctuary – Defining Sacred Space