Robert Maxwell

Robert trained at the Welsh School of Architecture and the Architectural Association. He joined the practice in 1988 and was appointed partner in 2001.

During this time, Robert has been responsible for delivering a number of significant masterplans, mixed-use and commercial projects in London and across the UK, including Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Farnborough and Leeds. In the transportation sector Robert has led a team on the development of Kings Cross Underground Station Western and Northern Ticket Halls; and the Crossrail Station at Custom House.

Through his diverse experience over the last thirty years Robert has developed a thorough understanding of the commercial drivers and constraints which influence a range of development at every scale.

Robert has acted on behalf of the practice as house architect for the South Bank Centre and for the Royal Institute of British Architects. He has also written architectural press.

Robert currently leads projects for Dublin Airport Central, masterplans in Coventry and Reading, including the delivery of the first office buildings and public realm, and a number of mixed use developments in London