robert stuart-smith

robert stuart-smith

London, GB



Robert is a founding director of Robert Stuart-Smith Design, a co-founding director of the collaborative research practice - Kokkugia and a Studio Course Master in the AA School’s Design Research Laboratory (AA.DRL) in London. Robert studied architecture in the UK, France and Australia and holds a Masters in Architecture + Urbanism from the Architectural Association School of Architecture’s Design Research Laboratory (AA.DRL). He has extensive design practice experience from the offices of Lab Architecture Studio and Sir Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners; having practiced architecture in Australia, the US and the UK before founding rs-sdesign and kokkugia. Robert has worked on many high-profile international projects such as Southern Cross Station in Melbourne and Museo de Acero in Monterrey, Mexico, specialising in large public and cultural projects. Also a specialist in algorithmic design, Robert has undertaken professional research with Cecil Balmond and is a well known design educator through his teaching at a number of high ranking institutions such as the AA School in London, RMIT University in Australia and WU in St Louis USA. He is an internationally invited lecturer and critic.



robert stuart-smith design ltd, london, founding director

May 2013 - current

Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, GB, AADRL Studio Course Master

Jul 2010 - current

Kokkugia, London, GB, co-founding director

Jan 2004 - current

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