Dante Hall


After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2016, Dante worked for two years at Studio Anyo, where he took on a leading role in a £100m modular mixed-use development in Queensway, London.

During his first year at the LSA, Dante worked for DeMatos Ryan on the V&A Museum of Childhood. He was also part of a design think tank proposing an alternative model for sustainable urban development based on the responsible production and consumption of fresh food. In 2019, this research was published by Citizen magazine, FutureArc, and the BBC. 

His Second Year thesis project proposed a new urban typology for London, combining housing and industry. Building on research by Dr. Frances Holliss, he proposed three typologies of industry based on their relationship to the home and developed a new spatial design strategy. 

Dante is currently working at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) on a mixed-use project in Kings Cross exploring alternative methods of sustainable construction. 

Outside the world of architecture, Dante enjoys middle-distance running, competing regionally in the 800m and 5,000m.