Robert Hall, Architect Director

Robert studied architecture at the University of Liverpool where he was nominated in 2002 for the 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 in Manchester at AFL architects on the restructuring of the Liverpool FC stadium: Anfield Stadium.

After graduating, Robert moved to London and joined
Foster + Partners in 2002. His projects include the refurbishment of HM Treasury and Customs and the More London Plots 3 and 4, which have won several awards. He was project architect of 7 More London, the first office building to win the ‘Outstanding’ certificate for sustainability in the UK. Shortly afterwards, Robert was promoted and become one of the youngest Associate Partners at Foster + Partners.

In 2010, Robert began working as a Partner at MAKE, in London, where he worked on the 5 Broadgate project, a 13-story “groundscaper” in the center of the City.

In 2013 he co-founded Pardini Hall Architecture.

 

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