Academic and Professional Qualifications

1964 RIBA(Part 1) Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, Scotland.
1966 Dip.Arch Duncan of Jordanstone RIBA(Part 2) College of Art, Dundee, Scotland (University of Dundee).
1967 Dip.Man.Studs. Polytechnic of Central London.
1968 Grad.Dip.Bus.Man. Irish Management Institute, Dublin.
1969 ARIBA Royal Institute of British Architects.
1969 MRIAI Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.
1970 AMBIM British Institute of Management.
1977 ARCUK Registered Architect UK.
1987 RAIA Royal Australian Institute of Architects.
1988 BOA NSW Chartered Architect NSW.
1994 FRIAI Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.
2000 FRAIA Royal Australian Institute of Architects.

Professional Positions

1966–67 Alex Gordon and Partners, Architects, London.
Assistant Architect on a variety of projects including System Built Comprehensive Schools and Modular Government Office Buildings.

1967–71 An Foras Forbartha, The National Institute for Physical Planning and Construction Research, Dublin.
Research Architect (Management) Research into Management and Communication Processes for Design and Construction Sectors. Research Reports and Conferences. Educational courses and publications.

1971–76 Diamond Redfern Anderson, Architects, Dublin Senior Architect. Associate.

1974–76 Day-to-day management of Dublin Office. Responsible for various projects including Holiday Developments Government and Private Sector Housing, Youth Centres, Building Systems and Interiors.

1976–86 Lindsay Johnston Associates, Architects, Dublin.
Principal. Architectural Practice involved in Private Houses, Apartment and Major Housing Developments, Commercial and Office Developments, Restoration Projects, Exhibition Stands and Interiors.

1986–2002 Lindsay Johnston Architect.
Sole Architect Practitioner in association with Academic appointment at the University of Newcastle.

2002 - to be added

Other Professional Appointments and Professional Service

1971–72 Consultant to Dept. of the Environment, UK, Data Co-ordination Group, London on Study Program "The Structuring of Project Information".

1971–73, 1978–80 Technical Consultant to a Statutory Committee of the Irish Parliament Reviewing the Operation of "The National Building Agency" and the Irish Low Cost Housing Program.

1981–82 Consultant Chief Architect to Irish Construction Development Services for US$ 60 million Sports Complex in Saudi Arabia. With Mohamed Al Sabek, Architects, Riyadh.

1986 Technical Consultant with The World Bank, Saudi Arabia, Advising the Ministry of Finance, Saudi Arabia on Costs of Operation and Maintenance of the National Estate.

1988–94 Member of the Committee, Newcastle Division, The Royal Australian Institute of Architects. Treasurer, 1989–92. Chair 1992–94.

1995–97 Member of the Executive of CHASA (The Committee of the Heads of Architecture Schools of Australasia) and convenor of the CHASA Refereed Design Awards Scheme.

1994–99 Member of the National Education Committee, The Royal Australian Institute of Architects. Chair 1996–99.

1996–99 Member of the National Assessment Panel, the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia.

1997–98 National Councillor, The Royal Australian Institute of Architects.

2000-2002 Chair of the National Environment Committee, The Royal Australian Institute of Architects.

2000–01 Chair, (British) Commonwealth Association of Architects, International Architecture Course Validation Panel.

Academic Positions

1986– Senior Lecturer, Department of Architecture, The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Year Manager, Architecture 2, 3 and 4. Course Co-ordinator for Technical Studies — Construction, Architecture 3, 4 and 5. Design Tutor, Architecture 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

1991 Acting Head of Department of Architecture.

1988–92 Member of Academic Senate.

1993 Appointed Associate Professor.

1993–97 Head of the Department of Architecture, The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

1997-2000 Course Co-ordinator for Undergraduate Environmental Studies Architecture 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

1998-2000 Leader of the “Centre” for Sustainable Architecture, Building and Design and Co-ordinator of Postgraduate Coursework Programs in Management and Environmental Architecture.

1999  Deputy Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Design, The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

2000–02 Dean, Faculty of Architecture Building and Design, The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

2003-12 Conjoint Visiting Professor, University of Newcastle, visiting tutor and critic.

2006   Interim Head of the School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland, New Zealand

2008-09 Visiting Professor, University of Sydney, Co-ordinator of Sustainable Architecture Stream in the M.Arch Degree program.

2003 - present Convener of the Architecture Foundation Australia, Glenn Murcutt Master Classes, Student Summer Schools, touring exhibitions, publications, etc..