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David Manica led the design of this project as an employee of HOK Sport (now Populous)
MANICA Architecture is providing sport design expertise in collaboration with the Foster + Partners team.

Keith Robinson

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KEITH ROBINSON


Keith Robinson joined the MANICA team in 2012, and brings a strong and disciplined “team first” approach to his work.  Keith also has a superior work ethic and will do whatever it takes to exceed his Client’s expectations. Keith’s personality, intelligence and attitude are what make him an obvious choice for any project team looking to execute precedent-setting design.
 
Prior to joining MANICA Architecture after his graduation in 2012, Keith was methodical and highly disciplined in his preparation to become an architect.  For nearly 7 years through the rigorous architecture program, Keith also worked a variety of construction jobs to deepen his understanding of how large scale projects are executed. Mr. Robinson received his Bachelors Degree in Art from Central College (Pella, Iowa).  His exposure to on-site consruction techniques, and complex 3D art forms allowed him to understand that architecture is a poetic balance between art and science.
 
Keith strongly believes that communication is one of the most critical aspects to any successful design process. He takes great pride in not only his ability to reach excellent design solutions, but being able to communicate that inherently complex information, in a style and medium that is tailored specifically to the unique personalities, needs and expectations of his Clients.
 
During his time as a project designer at MANICA Architecture, Keith has already played a key leadership role in a variety of projects types, including large sports venues, training facilities, and lifestyle commercial developments.  Keith’s skills and leadership were essential in developing the design and functions of notable high-profile projects such as the Los Angeles NFL Stadium joint-proposal by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders (Carson, CA); San Diego Chargers NFL Stadium + Convention Center (San Diego, CA); Oakland Athletics Waterfront Stadium (Oakland, CA); Brooklyn Nets Training Facility (Brooklyn, NY) and the Golden State Warriors Training Facility (Chase Center - San Francisco, CA). His current project includes design team lead and management of the New Las Vegas Raiders NFL Stadium (Las Vegas, NV).
 
Mr. Robinson has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design, where he graduated among the top of his class.  He frequently returns to KU as a guest critic for studio reviews, and believes that fostering a collaborative relationship between students and professionals is essential in guiding the future success of the profession.