It’s one thing to visualise a design, and something else to make that reality. As an architect who bridges the two, Robert Mosca combines a strong sense of design, strategic thinking, attention to detail, clear communication and interpersonal skills in professional relationships.
Hayball architects stay on the job until a building opens, designing their way out of the issues that inevitably arise during construction. With a strong work ethic, Robert has always enjoyed the challenge of a problem – big and small – and logically working through it to resolution. In design, he has a perpetual appreciation of how the careful consideration of a space can make a difference to how people use and enjoy it.
“It’s what I do at, any scale – from the big picture right down to the detail of putting something together. I love that minor, barely-noticed quality of details can subconsciously change the way someone experiences a space.”
His is the thirst of a problem solver, quenched by collaborative investigation and the transformation of an idea into a tangible result.
“We’re constantly challenged by external forces, be they budget, expectations or politics. Pushing the design to retain the qualities we intended for it, connecting with builders, understanding cost implications and working with people – that’s the kind of challenge I enjoy.”