Robert Barker is one of the co founders of Stolon Studio Ltd (SSL). He has 20 years experience and has maintained a record of 100% planning success for many different types of project.
He trained at the Royal College of Art before working for a number of innovative firms. In 2003 he jointly set up Baca Architects and went on to win numerous awards and recognition as one of the leading innovators in flood resilient and adaptable architecture. With Baca, he won the RIBA Presidents Award for Research in 2009 and 2014, for the LifE project and the CAN project respectively. Robert is an author of the Metric Handbook - Flood Chapter (2015) and RIBA book - Aquatecture (2016).
In 2016 he set up Stolon Studio with the aim of specialising in Architectural Development - using his design skills to unlock complex sites and push the boundaries of development. Robert is also a Part 3 examiner and he is on several design review panels. Below is a list of some of Robert's project experience prior to setting up Stolon Studio.