Architectus have promoted Robert Ousey and Luke Johnson to Principals at their Sydney office and believe the appointments will strengthen their commitment to providing their clients with design expertise, as well as their continued meaningful contribution to the built environment.
According to Architectus Managing Director Ray Brown, both Ousey and Johnson have valuable experience that has already made an impact at the architectural practice.
Joining Architectus in 2007, Ousey has over 20 years of experience in Europe and Australia specialising in the design of commercial, aviation and scientific facilities. Robert’s recent projects include the major redevelopment of the Qantas Headquarters at Mascot and the soon-to-be-completed Sydney Nanoscience Hub.
He is currently Project Leader on Brookfield’s new mixed-use development Wynyard Place, which will deliver a new 27-level PCA Premium Grade office tower, a grand new station entrance, transit hall and 8000 square metres of retail space at Wynyard Station in addition to the restoration of the historic Shell House.
Johnson joined Architectus in mid-2014. With design exposure in the European and Australian markets, he brings extensive experience in transport infrastructure, education, science, health, office, the arts and cultural projects.
Johnson was previously a Principal at Hassell where he worked as a key team member responsible for the Sulman Award-winning Epping to Chatswood Rail Link and Design Principal for the C5 Eastern Podium at Barangaroo and new exhibition building at Darling Harbour, Sydney.
He has also been leading, in partnership with JCY, a high rise residential tower located at East Perth’s Waterbank Riverside for Lendlease, and a luxury apartment and penthouse resort development located on the ski fields of Niseko in Hokkaido, Japan.