Ever since the seed of inspiration was first planted during an 8th grade field trip to Princeton University, Robert was unequivocally certain about becoming an architect.
The Atlanta-based talent earned his degree in architecture from Syracuse University in 1991, then worked for firms in Princeton, New Jersey and Atlanta, Georgia, where he focused on office high-rises, retail, convention centers and restaurants, before switching to residential design and becoming a valued member of Harrison Design’s Atlanta team in 2003.
As director of the firm’s fast-growing Modern Studio, he collaborates on projects ranging from small riverside cabins, large-estate sized homes to high-end condominiums. Visual and expressive, Robert is appreciated by clients for his ability to communicate via 3D sketches, giving them a clear concept of each environment he intends to create. His clean-lined, yet inviting environments, have been published in The Atlantan, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, California Homes, Cottage Living and more—if not for their design integrity, then for the fact that he makes such a charming and highly quotable interview.
Describing himself as unique, untethered and intense, Robert insists that successful architecture is determined first and foremost by a happy client, and a happy client results only from listening with intent.