Professor Richard Johnson studied Architecture at the University of New South Wales, graduating with 1st Class Honours in 1969. He was admitted to the degree of Master of Philosophy following study in town planning and urban design at University College London.
Richard has worked both nationally and internationally with his work varying from pavilions at world expos, to detailed museum and museum/gallery exhibition design, embassies, schools, office buildings, hotels and a range of master planning and urban design, landscape design and architectural projects in Australia and China - all involving exceptional design solutions.
His interests are broadly spread from architecture and urban design to the design of museums and exhibitions. He is active in the professional and educational arenas and is a Professor of Architecture at the Faculty of Built Environment. He has been an active member of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), and has delivered many public lectures.