Meaghan is a Partner of John Wardle Architects and has a particular interest and skill in leading our work on institutional and public buildings. Meaghan is highly adept at establishing a brief, interpreting a client’s aspirations, and then establishing an innovative design response. A talented communicator, Meaghan is an insightful and experienced voice on complex projects and acts as a curator for the duration of the project. She remains involved and accessible, keen to act in the interests of all parties and in such a way that the design intent is realized in built form.
Meaghan has a deep affinity for the places and spaces that are central to how we experience public life: a civic square, an auditorium, or a place of learning. Meaghan explores the social and cultural context of these spaces through her work in the education and public sectors. She has well-honed expertise in navigating a complex strategic environment and begins by positioning a project in a contemporary framework. Together with her team, she is able to frame a design problem, resolve complex physical circumstances, and devise creative solutions to harness the potential of a site.