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John Sprunt


Bachelor Architecture (Hons),
University of Melbourne

Bachelor Planning and Design,
University of Melbourne


John has worked across residential, public and commercial projects with a career focus in the education sector and an interest in architecture as a spatial framework for learning, working and living.

John has collaborated with many school clients on refined and innovative developments including the Mandeville Centre at Loreto Toorak, a highly awarded building that was lauded by Monash University’s Dean of the Faculty of Art and Design, Professor Shane Murray as “… an elegant and highly accomplished exercise in architectural fundamentals” in Architecture Australia.

John was Principal in Charge of delivery for the $200 million Victorian Growth Areas School Project. He was Project Leader during the crucial first year of the significant State Library of Victoria refurbishment, a project whose accolades include the Melbourne Prize at the 2020 Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Chapter awards program.

John takes an integrated approach to design that reflects a career-long curiosity about how people use and interact with buildings, and the ways in which architecture exists in our cultural awareness of place. A natural leader, John is skilled in client, consultant and contractor engagement. John sees empowering and supporting the next generation of architects as an important part of his role; he looks for opportunities to help upcoming architects and designers find their voices in the sometimes-daunting world of development.