Robert Kerr, courtesy of Robert Kerr Architecture Design.
Location: Santa Monica, CA.
Bio: Robert Kerr received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas, which included a 5 month Urban Study in Rome, Italy. He received a Masters of Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology, where he won several awards for design excellence.
After working on museum and installation projects at in Santa Monica, he worked as a project architect for . Projects included conceptual design through construction administration on the 110,000 sq. ft. headquarters for the TBWA/Chiat/Day advertisement agency in Playa del Rey, and the redesign of the TBWA/Chiat/Day offices in New York. Following that, Robert worked for Koning Eizenberg Architecture as a Project Architect/Project Manager, with responsibilities including the recent Los Angeles Farmers Market/The Grove expansion. Since 2003 Robert has been principal of Robert Kerr Architecture Design.
Additionally, Robert was a member of the creative team on the 1996 Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies, the 1997 Hong Kong Handover Celebration and the Super Bowl XXXIII Halftime Show.
Robert has been a Visiting Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology (2000), and since 2005 has been an Adjunct Professor in the College of Architecture at Woodbury University in Burbank, California. In 2007, he joined the University of Arkansas’ Professional Advisory Board to the College of Architecture.
Robert is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and is a licensed architect in California and Georgia.