Taylor started at Rosemann in February 2020 as a project manager and team leader, bringing a diverse architectural background to his clients. He oversees all aspects of the design process from developing and reviewing plans, to ensuring projects meet their goals. His primary focus is on urban development, historic preservation, adaptive re-use, and new housing design. He is experienced using the latest technologies and incorporates these design advancements into his projects.
Avid about his craft, Taylor enjoys orchestrating the human experience through his work and thrives in designing place to enrich lives and inspire community.
Taylor earned a Bachelor of Architecture Degree at the University of Oregon. He is a licensed architect and is NCARB certified.
I believe architecture is one of the most influential contributors to the human experience. It is the passive backdrop to our daily lives, and I find it hard to think of a part of our world that isn’t influenced by architecture in some way. As an architect it is my responsibility to be pragmatic with the client’s needs and to be poetic with their aspirations, and that balancing act is why I love this profession. Designing architecture is finding that balance, and it requires constant creativity. Who wouldn’t enjoy that?