Rob Goodill

Rob Goodill is principal of urban design and planning at SK&I Architecture. Rob possesses over 25 years of experience and is a recognized leader in consensus-based visionary design. A proponent of mixed-use, walkable urbanism, his work includes neighborhood revitalization, sprawl repair, and transit-oriented developments that are vibrant, inclusive, and implementable both here and abroad. Rob brings exciting thought leadership and plays a key role in raising the firm’s profile through his work with private and public/private clients focused on the reciprocal relationship between building programs and the public realm of streets and open spaces in neighborhoods and cities. His extensive expertise is focused on visioning, programming, placemaking, urban design, and planning. He is particularly adept at achieving collaborative, consensus solutions to difficult development opportunities. His efforts have been nationally recognized by the American Institute of Architects, the Urban Land Institute, and the Congress for the New Urbanism.

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The chameleon of urban architecture

“Ambiguous and composite buildings” solve multiple urban design problems through a flexible approach to building form and architectural language.
ROB GOODILLJAN. 11, 2022
Article image for The chameleon of urban architecture Architecture

The chameleon of urban architecture

“Ambiguous and composite buildings” solve multiple urban design problems through a flexible approach to building form and architectural language.
ROB GOODILLJAN. 11, 2022
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From strip commercial to neighborhood hub

A strip plaza, never a part of the walkable fabric, is redeveloped to be a well-connected neighborhood commercial and social center.
ROB GOODILLFEB. 14, 2022