Located in a mews studio in North London, Robert Hirschfield Architects (RHA) is a residential and commercial architecture practice focused on creating spaces that enhance people’s lives and contribute to a more sustainable built environment.
Founded by Robert Hirschfield, whose past projects include the Millennium Dome, the Danish Jewish Museum in Copenhagen and Daniel Libeskind’s redesign of Ground Zero, RHA has a diverse portfolio working with private residential clients, commercial developers, gallery owners, and installation based projects.
Creating exceptional homes for private clients, the practice converts and renovates existing houses as well as designing new-build homes. Each project is unique, taking into consideration everything from light and volume, to landscape and context, whilst always integrating thermal and energy efficiency into their approach.
Architectural conservation and restoration are an integral part of their work, with specialist experience of listed buildings and working on projects in conservation areas. The practice remodels and radically transforms old buildings for modern uses, revealing what buildings from different eras can mean to us today.
‘Irrespective of scale or purpose, we create spaces that are eminently practical and emotionally uplifting. Architecture is about imagination, creativity and collaboration. It is a framework for life.'
Robert Hirschfield, Director RHA