Dr. Matthew Hardy, RAIA
practiced as a consulting architect since registering in South Australia in 1983.
Most recently, he has worked on a masterplan for a substantial urban extension to Leith, Scotland (with Robert Adam Architects); on a proposed new spa town near Reggio Emilia, Italy (with Studio Bontempi and The Prince of Wales's Alumni); alterations to a terrace house in Brighton, England; a new villa at Port Willunga, South Australia; and on award-winning additions to the Art Gallery of South Australia (with Robert Dickson Architects and Peddle Thorp Architects).
In 2003 he taught at the INTBAU Transylvanian Village Development Workshop in Laslea, Romania, in 2002 at the INTBAU Scandinavia Summer School in Fredrikstad, Norway, and in 2000 and 2001 was Visiting Professor with the University of Notre Dame London Summer Program in Architecture and Urban Design.
At present he is secretary of the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU), a new independent organisation under the patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales which brings together all those who design, build, repair, study and enjoy traditional buildings and places.
Dr Hardy holds a PhD in Architectural History from the University of Wales (1999) and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Adelaide (1980).
Publications in "Wolkenkuckucksheim – Cloud-Cuckoo-Land – Vozdushnyi zamok":