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Clive Lucas

Clive Leslie Lucas (born 14 November 1943) is an Australian restoration architect and was once a principal, and remaining a founding partner of the firm Clive Lucas, Stapleton & Partners - Architects and Heritage Consultants now known as Lucas Stapleton Johnson, which specializes in the field of architectural restoration.

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Early life

Lucas was born Sydney, New South Wales and was educated at Homebush Boys High School and a B.Arch (1966) from the University of Sydney.

Selected restoration & design works

  • The officers' Houses - Port Arthur, Tasmania
  • Treasury Buildings (now InterContinental Hotel) - Macquarie Street, Sydney
  • Kirribilli House - Prime Minister of Australia's residence, Sydney
  • Lyndhurst - Glebe, New South Wales
  • Old Government House - Parramatta, Museum of the National Trust of Australia (NSW)
  • Hyde Park Barracks - Sydney, Museum of the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales
  • The Mint - Sydney, Headquarters of the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales
  • Treaty House - New Zealand
  • Liner House - Bridge Street, Sydney
  • Albert Wing, St. Paul's College - University of Sydney
  • Publications

  • Australian Colonial Architecture (1978)
  • Golden Decade of Australian Architecture (1978) jointly
  • Colour Schemes for Old Australian Houses (1984) jointly
  • Australian Country Houses (1987)
  • Awards

  • Officer, Order of the British Empire (1977)
  • The firm has won 46 awards from the Australian Institute of Architects.
  • 2012 Australian Institute of Architects Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage for the Restoration of Swifts, Darling Point
  • References

    Clive Lucas Wikipedia