Tom Greenall is a London-based architect and Associate Director at DSDHA. Since 2011, Tom has taught ADS4 (Architectural Design Studio 4) at the Royal College of Art.
This website is intended to be an archive of previous projects and an ongoing record of academic research.
Tom graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2005 with a First Class honours degree in architecture before completing his masters at the Royal College of Art in London. He graduated from the RCA with a distinction in 2009, winning the Alsop Award for Urbanism and a place in Building Design magazine’s Class of 2009 – a national student prize given to the top six architecture graduates of the year.
With his thesis project, Tom focused on the potential for religious texts to be used as design guidance and was subsequently commissioned by the writer Alain de Botton to collaborate on a new book concerned with secular society.
Tom has also completed award-winning buildings with architects DSDHA, whose Christ’s College Secondary School was shortlisted for the 2010 Stirling Prize, and with SCDLP Architects on the award-winning Flint House in Buckinghamshire. He has collaborated with leading artists, authors, and architects on a variety of different projects, and together with colleagues from DSDHA, Tom was awarded the 2015 Fellowship in the Built Environment by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.
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