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Ing. arch. Robert Gallo, ARB, SKA, CKA

Robert's diverse background as a London-based architect with roots in central Slovakia and Italian ancestry has shaped his specific perspective within the field of architecture. His works, which include high-end developments in cosmopolitan areas such as London and Los Angeles and mixed-use projects in Asia and South America, reflect his adaptability to varying cultural contexts and architectural challenges. Robert's affinity for art in public spaces grew over time after working with local Czech artists during and after his studies, along with the numerous international competitions he had participated in. These combined experiences resulted in a desire to expand beyond the architectural realm.

3rd Prize in New Fountain in a pedestrian zone in Trnava competition

1st Prize in Town Hall in Stranecka Zhor competition (with štukheil šobich architekti)

registered architect at the Architects Registration Board in the United Kingdom

registered visiting architect at the Czech Chamber of Architects

authorized architect by the Slovak Chamber of Architects in 2023

joined Foster + Partners in London in 2022

finalist mention in the Castelfranco Emilia Food Academy logo competition

finalist in the public sculpture project Viseu in Portugal

joined 1508 London studio in London in 2020

finalist in the Central Park Book Studio competition

finalist in the Residential Stadium in New York competition

group exhibition at Peckham Levels in London, United Kingdom

1st Prize in Constructing Communities RIBA competition (as a part of Design Haus Liberty)

joined Design Haus Liberty studio in London in 2016

3rd Prize in the retirement home in Sezimovo Usti competition (as a part of Jura et Consortes)

group exhibition ARC Maps at Urban Centre in Brno, Czech Republic

finalist in the Funeral Design competition

projects Cafe Exupéry, Pilsen towers, and “Hello World!“ published in Almanach ARC +10  

finalist in the Convent reconstruction in Cheb competition (as a part of Jura et Consortes)

joined Jura et Consortes in Brno in 2014

Autodesk Award in Think Arch competition

group exhibition RES PUBLICA at the Gallery of Architecture in Brno, Czech Republic

3rd Prize in Milan Stehlik Prize: the best thesis in the Faculty of Architecture

group exhibition at Kotera Architecture Centre in Prague, Czech Republic

2nd Prize in the Contemporary Czech House Architecture competition

group exhibition at The Fair wooden building in Prague, Czech Republic

project Spartan was published in the magazine Dum a Zahrada in 2013

special prize in the personalized houses competition

honourable mention in the Center of Architecture and Design Project competition

giving a lecture on 33 ways 'How to stay creative' at 2+2 - live presentations of students and teachers

finalist in the New Forest School in Zichovec competition in 2012

interview in Magazine E2

finalist in the
school addition in Roztoky competition

2nd Prize in Pilsen Towers (with Vaclav Koci)

workshop Arch for People in Prague under Felipe Artengo Rufino‘s leadership in 2011

finalist in the '
Liapor House' competition

group exhibition An inspiration by coffee at Coffee Club Cafeteria in Brno, Czech Republic

2nd Prize in the Ernst Wiesner Architecture Prize in 2011

project POP was published in the magazine Udalosti VUT

group exhibition Visions for Brno at Mala Kralovopolska Galerie in Brno, Czech Republic

2nd Prize in public voting in the 'Concrete House' competition

1st Prize in the building of the South Moravian region competition

2nd Prize in student scientific and professional activity at Brno University of Technology

group exhibition ARC... +5 Workshop at Gallery of Architecture in Brno, Czech Republic

project POP was published in the Almanach ARC +5 Workshop

2nd Prize in the Ernst Wiesner Architecture Prize in 2010

5th Prize in the 'Living for Singles' project competition

basketball champion of the Slovak Republic in the junior category in 2005

Robert was born in Czechoslovakia in the late eighties

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