Robert Pool (17?? - 18??) was an Irish architectural draughtsman who is principally remembered for collaborating on a book entitled Views of the Most Remarkable Public Buildings, Monuments, and Other Edifices in the City of Dublin with fellow architectural draughtsman John Cash. Pool was admitted into the Dublin Society's School of Drawing and Architecture on November 2, 1769 and again on February 22,1770. In 1777, he and Cash submitted the drawings for their celebrated book before the Dublin Society. Pool was designated as an 'architect' in Wilson's Dublin Dictionary, but no buildings designed by him were recorded. Little is known of Pool's private life or, frankly, of his career either.