Nigel completed architectural studies architecture at the Bartlett School in London. He worked for Foster and Partners from 1989 to 1997 on projects that included the Reichstag Parliament, Bilbao Metro, and the Al Faisaliah Centre in Riyadh, Nigel became a UK registered architect in 1994.
In 1997 he moved to Australia, working for Hassell, leading the design team for the award-winning National Institute of Dramatic Art and North Sydney Olympic Pool, both in Sydney.
In 2001 Nigel led the team working on 4 underground stations on the Circle Line, and in 2004 was relocated to Perth to lead the team working on 2 New Metro Rail City Stations.
In 2005, Nigel established Greenhill with Li Sau Kei in Singapore.
Since forming GreenhilLi, Nigel has undertaken transit, public realm, cultural, conservation, commercial, and mixed-use projects. Altogether, he has over 25 years of professional experience working on projects in Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Middle East, and United Kingdom.
Li Sau Kei
Sau Kei was born in Singapore and studied architecture at the National University of Singapore and later at the University of New South Wales in Sydney Australia. She worked for Lawrence Nield and Partners for 5 years and returned to Singapore in 1997.
In 2004 she was relocated to Perth to work om the 2 New Metro Rail City Stations. On returning to Singapore in 2005, Sau Kei established GreenhilLi with Nigel Greenhill. Sau Kei has undertaken transit, public realm, cultural, conservation, commercial, and mixed-use projects. She has over 25 years of professional experience working on projects in Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East, 21 of those on transit architecture.
Sau Kei has also undertaken high-level peer reviews in Australia for Sydney Metro, Northwest Rail Link, and Brisbane Cross River Rail; and in Singapore for the Thomson-East-Coast Line.