Tom Greenall is an architect and Associate Director at DSDHA. His experience covers a range of scales and sectors, from landscape design for the Royal Albert Hall to the master planning of Loughborough Junction, and from residential and commercial schemes in central London to education projects in Sheffield and Doncaster. Tom has acted as a visiting critic at a number of UK institutions and since 2011 he has taught a Design Studio in the School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art – named as the world’s leading Art and Design University by the QS World University Rankings in both 2015 and 2016. Tom’s work has been widely published and exhibited internationally. He has collaborated with leading artists, authors, and architects on a number of award winning projects. Together with colleagues from DSDHA, Tom was awarded the 2015 Fellowship in the Built Environment by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.