Saul began his career with the prestigious architecture firm OMA, relocating to Hong Kong from the Netherlands in 2011 to work on internationally renowned projects such as the Hanwha Galleria a 50,000 sqm shopping center in Busan, South Korea and Prince Plaza a 106,500 sqm mixed-use building in Shenzhen. He later took a position with OMA in Rotterdam, working on notable European projects like PEX (the Parc des Expositions-Convention Centre) in Toulouse and the Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc bridge in Bordeaux.
It was in Rotterdam that he met ALT-254’s Founder, Vincent McIlduff. Saul joined Vincent as a partner at ALT-254 in 2015. To date, Saul has headed up the design and has been responsible for the design of 25 luxury villas on the challenging landscape of Lombok Indonesia, the design and build of Niseko's First nightclub in the chilling north of Japan and most recently completed work on a 22-story hotel for Ovolo Hotels Group on Hong Kong’s Queen’s Road Central.
A graduate of Belfast School of Architecture, Vincent began his career working in his family company which has been designing and manufacturing marble products for generations. Following that he accepted a position with prestigious architecture firm OMA, relocating to Holland to work on projects such as De Rotterdam in the Netherlands and Fondazione Prada in Milan, The Prada Transformer in Seoul, and TPAC in Taipei.