Chair of Architecture and Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor, Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne
Philip Goad is Chair of Architecture and Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor at the University of Melbourne, where he teaches architectural design, theory history in the Melbourne School of Design. He is a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities.
Known internationally for his research on Australian architecture, he is also an expert on the life and work of Robin Boyd. He is the author of New Directions in Australian Architecture (2001), editor of Bates Smart: 150 years of Australian architecture (2004), and co-editor with Ann Stephen and Andrew McNamara of Modernism & Australia: Documents on Art, Design and Architecture 1917–1967 (2006) and Modern Times: the Untold Story of Modernism in Australia (2008). With Julie Willis, he is the editor of the Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture (2012). In 2014, he was co-curator of ‘Augmented Australia: Regenerating Lost Architecture, 1914-2014’, the Australian exhibit at the Venice International Architecture Biennale.