Meaghan Dwyer
Principal – John Wardle Architects

Meaghan has been practicing as an architect for over 20 years. In this time she has worked either directly for, or in association with a range of small, medium and large practices across Australia.

As a Principal with John Wardle Architects Meaghan is able to pursue her particular interest in public buildings and urban places. She also has a deep knowledge of the education sector and the transformation our campuses are currently undergoing.

Meaghan has assisted in the final year of Bachelor of Planning and Design at the University of Melbourne, and has frequently participated in student design reviews at the University of Melbourne, Monash University and RMIT University.

Meaghan was the AIA Chair of the Education Award Jury in 2016, Chair of the Melbourne Prize Jury in 2014 and a Juror in the Public Buildings: Alterations and Additions category of the AIA Awards in 2010.

Meaghan completed a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Melbourne in 1994 and a Master of Social Science – International Urban and Environmental Management at RMIT in 2011. In 2014 Meaghan participated in London and Global Cities: Planning, Governance and Design, Executive Summer School program at the London School of Economics, with Ricky Burdett.