Managing director of Atelier Ten’s Australian office and global leader of its Benchmarking practice, Paul is recognized for environmental planning and design consulting work on large-scale campus, community and urban projects. Paul’s projects notably balance daylight, thermal comfort, and energy efficiency to exceed client benchmarks and expectations.
Paul’s work in Australia includes a major research laboratory for the South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), a bank headquarters building in Melbourne, a new business school for the University of Sydney, the adaptive reuse of a former auto factory into the Tonsley Park mixed-use development, and the original environmental concepts for Federation Square in Melbourne. His other recent work in the US and Europe includes a net-zero energy buildings for the Choate School and the J. Craig Venter Institute, multiple LEED Platinum rated academic and commercial buildings, and sustainability frameworks for major urban medical and university campuses.
Currently, Paul teaches environmental design at the UTS School of Architecture, and he continues to serve as a visiting lecturer and environmental design consultant for the Rural Studio at Auburn University. Over the prior decade, Paul taught core courses on environmental design and building services at the Yale School of Architecture. Paul speaks frequently on environmental design and building performance modeling at architecture schools and conferences around the world.
Paul’s leadership in environmental design has been recognized by the US Green Building Council, who named him a LEED Fellow in 2013. Paul holds an M.Arch from the Yale University School of Architecture, and both a B.S. and an M.A. in architectural history from the University of Wisconsin.
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