Robert Garneau is a founding partner of Architecture Workshop PC. He is an architect with over twenty years of experience in a broad range of project types.
Prior to launching AWPC, Robert was an associate with the international firm of Grimshaw and a project architect at Kiss + Cathcart. While at Grimshaw he oversaw many award-winning projects including the Via Verde housing development in the Bronx and the Fulton Center transit hub in Manhattan.
Every year since 2012 Robert has been selected by New York magazine as one of "The City's 100 Best Architects”.
Robert is a professor at Columbia University where he is also a frequent guest critic. Robert also teaches at Pratt Institute and has been an invited critic at Yale, Parsons, NYU, City College and NYIT.
Robert holds a degree in Fine Arts, Environmental Studies and Architecture . He is an NCARB certificate holder, AIA member, as well as a Fellow of the Forum for Urban Design. He is a registered architect in New York State, a LEED accredited professional and a USGBC member.
Robert grew up in Canada and has lived and worked in Toronto, Paris, Barcelona, Tokyo, Helsinki and Japan.