David Hills is a co-founder of the architecture, urban design and spatial research studio DSDHA.
Known for their innovative buildings and high-profile urban strategies, often in complex sensitive environments, as well as widely-acclaimed research, they have been recognised with 19 RIBA Awards to date, shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize, and twice nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.
Recent and ongoing projects span from the redevelopment of the National Youth Theatre, to the masterplan and regeneration of a 600-home estate for London Borough of Southwark, and the creation of Cundy Street Quarter, a new 2.4-acre neighbourhood in Westminster.
David has lectured widely in the UK and abroad and has led Units at London Metropolitan University, Cambridge University and the Architectural Association. He is a Panel Member for Design South East, Lambeth and Oxford Design Review Panels, and a High Streets Task Force Expert.
David studied at the University of Cambridge University and worked for Tim Ronalds and Erick van Egeraat in Rotterdam and London prior to establishing DSDHA in 2001.
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