Mr. Corrigan, winner of the 2003 Royal Australian Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal, graduated with an Architectural Degree (Pass) from Melbourne University, a Masters Degree in Environmental Design from Yale University and an Honorary PhD in Architectural Design from RMIT University. He has been a Guest Professor at the Technological University of Turin and at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Boston. He is a Professor of Architecture at RMIT, and a Director of Edmond and Corrigan Pty. Ltd., which has won thirty-five Australian Institute of Architects State and National Architecture Awards. This practice will exhibit in the 2010 Venice Biennale. Mr. Corrigan has also designed sets and costumes for over 100 productions of ballet, drama and opera throughout Australia, including The Grand Macabre for Barrie Kosky at the Komische Oper House Berlin in 2005. In 2008 he received a Member of the Order of Australia for his service to architecture as an academic, educator and practitioner and to the arts, particularly through theatre production design.