Joshua Robson

  • Architectural Assistant
  • Sydney

“Being one of 82,000 screaming fans at Sydney Olympic Stadium as a 17 year old to watch the Socceroos take on Uruguay for a place in the 2006 FIFA World Cup was an incredible experience. The atmosphere was electric as John Aloisi stepped up to take his shot in the penalty shootout, hoping to break Australia’s 30+ year world cup drought. The shear elation that erupted as the ball hit the back of the net was all encompassing and an experience that I will never forget.”

Josh is working on the Sydney International Convention Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct project as part of the theatre team where he is coordinating services and assisting with design development. Josh has a Bachelor of Design in Architecture and a Master of Architecture from UTS and has been working on sports and public building projects for almost two and a half years. Josh enjoys the challenge and intricacies of making such large scaled public spaces work efficiently for huge numbers of people without compromising on design intent.

“Being one of 82,000 screaming fans at Sydney Olympic Stadium as a 17 year old to watch the Socceroos take on Uruguay for a place in the 2006 FIFA World Cup was an incredible experience. The atmosphere was electric as John Aloisi stepped up to take his shot in the penalty shootout, hoping to break Australia’s 30+ year world cup drought. The shear elation that erupted as the ball hit the back of the net was all encompassing and an experience that I will never forget.”

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