Robert Hall, Architect Director

Robert studied architecture at the University of Liverpool where he was nominated for the 2002 RIBA President’s Silver Medal. He was also awarded the Sikorski Prize for Interior Design in the same year.  As a Part I student, he worked for Manchester based AFL Architects on the refurbishment of Liverpool football club’s Anfield Stadium.

After graduating, Robert moved to London to join Foster + Partners.  There, his projects included the redevelopment of HM Treasury and Customs and Plots 3 and 4 of the award-winning More London. He was Project Architect of 7 More London, the first office building in the UK to achieve the sustainability rating BREEAM  ‘Outstanding’.  Soon after, Robert was made one of the firm’s youngest Associate Partners.

In 2010, Robert joined London-based, employee-owned firm MAKE where he was an integral part of the 5 Broadgate project, a 13-storey ‘groundscraper’ in the City of London. He joined elips design before co-founding Pardini Hall Architecture with Elisa in 2015.

Image copyright Foster+Partners and Make Architects.