Robert Sproull is a Senior Design Architect with Goodwyn Mills Cawood and is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Design and Architecture. He has over fifteen years of design, construction and engineering experience on a range of award-winning projects. Much of his professional focus has been on large scale cultural buildings that he completed while working with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop. In addition to focusing on buildings, Sproull has designed much larger planning projects in the U.S. and South America including the recently opened Parque Bicentenario in Quito, Ecuador. He has given keynote speeches on design and sustainability topics at conferences in the United States and abroad, and was an invited panelist at the USGBC’s 2013 Conference on Healthy Building Materials in Washington D.C. Robert holds bachelor’s degrees in architecture and civil engineering from Auburn University, and a master’s degree in architecture from Rice University.