As the co-founder of Form4 Architecture, Bob is engaged in all projects. Bob has over 34 years of successful architectural experience. He has held multiple leadership roles in project design and execution.
Bob has been responsible for projects all over the world including close to 1 million square feet for Apple Computer, 1.6 million square feet for VMware, 500,000 sf for nVidia, 645,000 sf for Netflix, 400,000 sf for Workday and many others. Bob is committed to the creation of “welcoming environments,” developed initially through his sport resort work including Pacific Athletic Club Redwood Shores and San Diego, Courtside Club, Bay Club Marin and the Silicon Valley Club Cupertino. Design strategies honed to support the way people interact, and to promote a feeling of belonging, apply well to the corporate environment adding a powerful human overlay to his architecture.
Bob has a special expertise in sustainable design and is responsible for several LEED Platinum and Net Zero Electric buildings. He has been asked to present the firm’s work in numerous lectures at Stanford University, the Pacific Energy Center and the US Green Building Council.
Receiving his Master of Architecture and B.A. Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, Bob is a registered architect in the state of California (C10215) and is NCARB certified.