Robert Rhodes is originally from northwestern Pennsylvania and went to architecture school in Ohio, New York City and Florence, Italy. He moved to London in 2003, working first in the urban design department of John Simpson & Partners, before quickly transitioning to conservation, civic buildings and high-end residential with Liam O’Connor Architects.
In early 2007 he qualified as an architect and moved to specialist super-high-end residential firm Lees Associates, where he had the pleasure of working on the restoration of a substantial house on London’s The Regent’s Park, among other projects. He left Lees Associates in late 2009 to start RRA+I.
Although trained in the Bauhaus tradition, Robert had a stint as a classicist which was mostly fueled by dissolution and his love of old buildings. He now puts that knowledge to good use, working primarily with Listed Buildings.
Robert Rhodes is a registered member of the American Institute of Architects and is licensed to practice architecture by the State of New York.