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Matthew Todd

Matthew Todd Architectus Principal


Bachelor of Architecture (1st Class Hons)
University of Technology Sydney

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
University of New South Wales

Registered Architect NSW ARB 6680

Registered Landscape Architect AILA 880


Professional Experience

An intuitive design architect with a holistic perspective of the built environment, Matthew Todd holds dual qualifications as a registered architect and landscape architect. Highly experienced, his strength lies in leading major education and public projects including teaching and learning spaces, research and teaching laboratories, libraries, performing arts centres, and public urban spaces, underpinned by over 25 years of experience.

Many of the projects Matthew has worked on have been recognised for their lasting legacy and quality by numerous public architecture and heritage awards, both in Australia and the UK. Recent work includes the Electrical Engineering Building at UNSW and the Macquarie University Law School.

Matthew is regularly invited to present at conferences and has a passion for educating the next generation of architects, serving as a university guest critic and lecturer.