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Matthew Todd


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


An intuitive design architect with a holistic perspective of the built environment, Matthew holds dual qualifications as a registered architect and landscape architect. He has successfully led over $1.4 billion of projects through design to delivery, with $500 million via the SSD planning pathway.

Highly experienced in the briefing, design, and delivery of major complex projects for leading clients across Australia and the UK, Matthew advocates for design excellence through the fusion of function, flexibility and space. He is adept in the design of translational research and health facilities, analytical instrumentation facilities, community facilities, and the public domain, underpinned by over 25 years of experience.

Projects Matthew has led are recognised for their enduring legacy and quality by numerous public architecture, education and heritage awards. Relevant projects in his portfolio include the Charles Perkins Centre (The University of Sydney), Central Coast Clinical School & Research Institute for NSW Health Infrastructure and the University of Newcastle, the Research School of Physics & Engineering at ANU, and the award-winning Electrical Engineering Building at UNSW.

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.