Peyton Hall, FAIA

Managing Principal

Education

Master of Environmental Design, Yale University School of Architecture; Bachelor of Architecture, University of Virginia; National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Tokyo National Cultural Properties Institute; Certificate from “Andrea Palladio”, Centro di Storia Dell’Architettura, Vicenza, Italy

Work Experience/History

Historic Resources Group, LLC (since 1995); Adjunct Professor, University of Southern California, School of Architecture (since 1999), Adjunct Professor; John Ash Group (1987-1995)

Areas of Focus

Preservation Architecture and Technology, Historic Structure Reports, Master Planning and Design Guidelines, Application of the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties; Historic Tax Credits, Building Conservation, Project Design Assistance; Construction Documents for Historic Projects; Construction Monitoring; Historic Sports Facilities; Historic Theatres; Historic House Museums

Selected Awards and Honors

American Institute of Architects, Chair of the Advisory Group to the National Historic Resources Committee of the American Institute of Architects (1914); AIA National Award for the 28th Street Apartments; National Trust for Historic Preservation Honor Awards for  the Egyptian Theatre, Ziegler Estate; Docomomo US Award for the Golden State Mutual Building; President of the California Preservation Foundation, Chair of Pasadena Heritage; California Preservationist of the Year, Robert F. Winter Award

Favorite Project at HRG

“Charles and Henry Greene's Gamble House in Pasadena, California is one of those special places in the world that I never tire of.”