Tom Greenall is an architect, educator and Director of DSDHA. His experience covers a range of scales and sectors, from landscape design for the Royal Albert Hall and the British Library to public realm frameworks for the West End, Mayfair, Broadgate and Loughborough Junction; and from residential and commercial schemes in central London through to education projects in Sheffield and Doncaster.
Since 2011, Tom has taught an architectural design studio at the Royal College of Art. He is also a Part 3 examiner at the University of Westminster, an external examiner at the Architectural Association, and was previously a visiting tutor at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam, where he taught as part of the founding faculty of an experimental, tuition-free masters programme.
He is currently a member of the of the UK Architects Declare Steering Group, the Chair of the Wandsworth and Richmond Design Review Panel, Co-chair of the Brent Quality Review Panel, and a member of the Ealing Design Review Panel. In 2019 he guest-edited an issue of AD magazine titled ‘The Business of Research: Learning and Knowledge Redefined in Architectural Practice’. With colleagues from DSDHA, he recently published “Towards Spatial Justice: A guide for achieving meaningful participation in co-design processes”.