Rob was one of the architects behind the practice’s shortlisted ‘Re-imagining the Garden City’ entry, and been the winner of two RIBA competitions: ‘Tomorrow’s Garden City: A sustainable approach to living’ and ‘Imagine Bath’. He is passionate about good design and creating great places - his MA was on place-responsive architecture, based on time working in Australia. He is one of the organisers of the Therapeutic City festival, which is exploring how to make places good for the mind, body and soul. He was architect for Great Bow Yard which was named ‘most energy efficient street in the UK’ in a study by Sheffield University and Eon. He is behind several initiatives including 52 Big Ideas for Bristol, Liveable Bath and Bristol Colour Capital. He has been a sustainability advisor to the RIBA Southwest awards.