Tamer is an engineer with an expansive view of the history of construction. His central interest lies in historic building conservation, cultural heritage, and the evolution of construction materials and methods.
He has considerable experience restoring, developing, and extending listed structures with exceptional historical importance, be it a 15th century timber-framed and moated country residence or towering stone-built churches and cathedrals, in London and beyond.
Projects in Tamer’s portfolio have often included those with Scheduled Ancient Monument status. They were sometimes within complex archaeological grounds, or were part of National Lottery Heritage Funding bids, where knowledge of historical building and repair techniques was critical. Tamer is a member of Price & Myers’ in-house Historic Buildings Group.
Having joined the practice in 2022 Tamer is continuing his work in historic buildings and broadening his experience with visual concrete design and geometrically complex modern timber structures.
Outside of work, Tamer is a keen cyclist and interested in audio/visual design for art exhibitions and film.