A graduate of the University of Pretoria in South Africa, Richaardt received his Bachelor of Architecture (RIBA Parts I and II) in 1999 and completed Part III at South Bank University in London. Prior to joining our team he was a principal working in private practice, and previous to that he spent nearly a decade at John Robertson Architects, where he was an associate.
Over the course of his career Richaardt has received numerous awards and honours including various Shard Quarter awards, and a 2007 Architectural Record Citation for Excellence (for 10 Queen Street Place). He was shortlisted for the 2008 Office Development Awards, for 20-26 Cursitor Street, and a Finalist in the 2009 British Council of Offices awards, for Park House.
Richaardt has worked on a wide range of building typologies including master plans, mixed-use developments, residential projects, major transport hubs, and award-winning commercial buildings. His Adamson portfolio includes King's Cross B 1, as well as work on various components at London Bridge Quarter, including the News Building.