John Wardle Architects is delighted to announce 10 new appointments. In a year of significant success and growth, the appointments reflect our commitment to collective leadership and diversity. They coincide with significant broadening of the practice’s ownership structure.
Mathew van Kooy joined the practice in 2012 and has since worked across the commercial and civic sectors on projects including Tanderrum Bridge and the global headquarters of Aesop. He has also actively led our growing portfolio of work internationally.
James Loder has worked as a design leader across projects including Monash Learning and Teaching Building, Ian Potter Southbank Centre and Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens. He was intensely involved in the design and realisation of Somewhere Other for 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Additional appointments recognise the talent and commitment of key team leaders across the practice.