NSW ARB No. 6915, Nominated Architect for JMP in NSW
An architect with over 30 years’ industry experience, Troy leads the Sydney studio of John McAslan + Partners.
Troy has a keen interest in cultural, education, infrastructure, and civic projects and a deep understanding of the potential for urban design to create healthy environments, gained from experience on projects in Australia, the USA and Italy.
He believes that great places are made by great teams. Teams that acknowledge and work with each other toward the best outcomes for people and the planet. An attitude shared by John McAslan + Partners.
Troy has taught design and construction technology at the School of Architecture at The University of Sydney and has been a guest design critic at UTS, UNSW and Newcastle University. A passionate advocate for the industry, He has contributed to the AIA mentoring programme and committees, including as a past member of the AIA Champions of Change, and the Sustainability Committee. He has been registered with the Green Building Council of Australia.
Troy has been involved in and led numerous awarded projects including:
Jane Foss Russell Building (AIA NSW Public Award 2009); Deutsche Bank Place (Property Council Award 2007, Steel Institute Award 2006); Aurora Place (The Sulman Medal and AIA National Award 2004); Macquarie Apartments (The Wilkinson Award 2004); National Institute of Dramatic Art (The Sulman Medal 2002); Cooks Cove Master Plan (AILA Merit); Armidale Regional Airport (Environment Award 1994).
Other projects he has made a significant contribution to include:
High Museum of Art, masterplan, Atlanta; North Sydney Olympic Pool; Hermes Sydney Elizabeth Street Flagship Store; Sydney Grammar School auditorium; Ross Milbourn multi-purpose sports hall at UTS, Sydney; and Charles Perkins Centre University of Sydney.