Award winning architecture office based in Notting Hill, London.
Robin Monotti was born in Rome and inspired by his native city to become an architect. He studied architecture at the University of Bath, London Metropolitan University – now The Cass Art, University College London and the Architectural Association where he graduated with distinction in the MA Histories and Theories of Architecture program.
Robin taught architectural design at London Metropolitan University – The Cass Art, and at the University of Greenwich, has been a visiting lecturer at the AA and Bartlett Schools of Architecture, and is external examiner to the Moscow School of Architecture MARCH.
Robin Monotti Architects have featured on BBC One, The Guardian, Vogue, Country Life, International Property & Travel, Architecture Today, Architectural Design, Architect’s Journal and many more.
We designed the new company logo and branding guidelines, working alongside with Mr Robin Monotti to reflect a clean and minimalistic style which defines the essence of his work.
The studio projects featured on BBC One, The Guardian, Vogue, Country Life, International Property & Travel, Architecture Today, Architectural Design, Architect’s Journal, A10 New European Architecture, Dezeen, Salon, Dom i Interior.
Robin translated the first and only English language edition of Italian writer Curzio Malaparte’s book “Woman Like Me“. He is author of the cultural sustainability blog Nullus Locus Sine Genio.