Bachelor of Architecture (Hons),
University of NSW
Luke Johnson is a highly-skilled designer who has worked throughout Australia, Japan and Europe on arts and cultural, education, residential, transport, health and workplace sector projects.
Along with highly-awarded completed projects, such as the Macquarie University Incubator, Luke is currently leading several projects for Architectus in design and construction phases inclusive of the UNSW Health Translation Hub, the Central Station Precinct Reference Design, the Cranbrook School Centenary Renewal, the Barker College Maths and Student Hub, and Macquarie University’s Clinical Education Building and Central Courtyard Precinct.
Luke is the Principal in charge of the state significant Sydney Modern Project, collaborating with acclaimed Japanese architects SANAA on the design, documentation and construction phase services. The new contemporary art gallery building is designed to achieve a Green Building Council of Australia 6 Star Green Star rating.
Luke strives to find design solutions that consider the specific needs of people, the identity of places and long-term sustainability.
Skilled in client relations and stakeholder management, Luke has been responsible for delivering projects through all phases.