Professor Philip Goad
Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Chair of Architecture
Professor Philip Goad is internationally known for his research and is an authority on modern Australian architecture. Philip has worked extensively as an architect, conservation consultant, and curator. Philip is an expert on the life and work of Robin Boyd, and has held visiting scholar positions at Columbia University, Bartlett School of Architecture (London) and UCLA (Los Angeles).
Philip is a past editor of Fabrications, the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, and is a contributing editor to Architecture Australia. Along with Professor Julie Willis, he is the editor of The Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture.
- Campus: Building Modern Australian Universities
- Designing Australian Schools: A Spatial History of Innovation, Pedagogy and Social Change
- Designing for Wellbeing: Realizing Benefits for Patients through Best Practice Hospital Design
- Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture
- Making Architectural Identity: The Architecture of John Andrews
- Bauhaus Australia: Émigrés, Refugees and the Modernist Transformation of Education in Art, Architecture, and Design, 1930-70