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Mark Johnston

Mark Johnston

2015 - present

"Sensitively adapting our historic buildings can give us a tangible link to the past, whilst protecting them as assets for future generations."

Mark joined Page\Park in 2015, having graduated from the University of Dundee with a Masters in Architecture with Distinction. Mark was awarded top student in his year from the DIA for his final design project, as well as being nominated for the RIAS Silver Medal and the RIBA President’s Medal.

Mark is one of our most talented young designers, helping us to evolve our design approach to the early stages of projects in innovative new ways. He has a keen interest in working with historic theatres and cinemas, and is a member of the Cinema Theatres Association.

Mark is currently the project architect on the Hyde Park Picture House project in Leeds, and is leading the project as it prepares to start on site in Spring 2021. Mark has also been involved with various other Arts & Culture projects within the office, including the redevelopment of the Kelvin Hall, and the Crawick Multiverse Visitor Centre project.