Peyton Hall, FAIA

Principal Architect Emeritus


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