Project SectorResidential, Commercial, Public
Self-Build, Sustainable Design
Robert Dye worked with the renowed architect Sir James Stirling for eight years, during which time he designed and built major public facilities in the UK and the USA. He then worked shaping the future of London Docklands with Fred Koetter (Koetter Kim), before establishing Robert Dye Architects.
Robert has taught and lectured extensively in Architecture and Urban Design, both in the UK and the US and has been external examiner in Architecture at University College London.
Robert ran an Urban Design Masters Unit at the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London) helping found this new programme in the Landscape Faculty before it transferred to the architecture school. He continued for eleven years and was joined by Jason Coleman for five of these during which time they researched together with their unit cities such as London, Los Angeles, Istanbul, Athens & Hong Kong. Students were explicitly encouraged to explore the unexpected and come up with innovative proposals.
Mews House Primrose Hill 2, private residence - Shortlisted for the 2014 RIBA Regional Awards: London;
Mews House Primrose Hill 2, private residence - Shortlisted for the 2014 AJ Retrofit Award 'House over 300k';
Mews House Primrose Hill 2, private residence - Shortlisted for the 2014 Camden Design Awards 'Don't move, Improve!' & 'Enhancing Context';
Recycled House, private residence - Longlisted for the 2011 RIBA Regional Awards: London;
Hamilton Terrace, private residence - Longlisted for the 2011 RIBA Regional Awards: London;
Madeline Terrace, six unit housing scheme - 2009 Housing Design Awards: Exhibition of Excellence;
Mews House Primrose Hill 1, private residence - Finalist for the 2009 Grand Designs Award;
Cantelowes Skatepark - Commendation for the 2008 Camden Design Awards;
Stealth House, private residence - winner of the 2005 RIBA Manser Medal for best new one-off house;