Robert M. Rogers, FAIA is the founding partner of Rogers Partners, Architects+Urban Designers. Rob creates institutional and cultural buildings that are civic work. Believing that even a single building is a piece of urban design, his work assertively and elegantly combines urbanism, landscape and architecture. He is currently directing the design of a re-imagined Constitution Gardens and Pavilion on the National Mall in Washington DC, the SandRidge Energy headquarters and parks in the heart of Oklahoma City, downtown’s Houston’s first Transit Oriented Development, and the progressive Henderson Hopkins elementary school in East Baltimore.
The firm’s focus on transforming the modern city is also evident in Rogers Partner’s design for the expansion of Syracuse University’s Co-Gen Energy Plant into a community asset and for Water Works Park along the Mississippi in Minneapolis. Rob holds a BA and a Bachelor in Architecture from Rice University and a Master of Design Studies, with Distinction, from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.