Architect, of Belfast. At the final meeting of the 1875-76 session of the Belfast Architectural Association, Johnston was awarded the first prize in the first class, the second prize in the sixth class, a prize in the eighth class and the Vere Foster prize. However his copy of an etching of Waterhouse's Manchester Town Hall which won him the prize donated by Sir CHARLES LANYON for the best pupil's copy of an architectural drawing was criticised as careless by the correspondent of the Irish Builder when it was exhibited at the Belfast Industrial Exhibition in 1876.
Johnston was practising from 28 Waring Street, Belfast, in 1890, when he exhibited drawings for a house called Redcot, at Knock, Belfast, and for a row of houses at Ballynafeigh, Belfast, at the Royal Hibernian Academy. He is probably the 'F. McJohnston' whose design for a house at Holywood, Co. Down, is noted in The Architect, 1888
Address: 28 Waring Street, Belfast, 1890.
IB 18, 15 May,15 Jun 1876, 142,172.
IB 18, 15 Jun 1876, 172.
RHA 1890, nos. 501,504; a perspective view with inset plan of Redcot appeared in Building News, 10 Aug 1888; the same perspective view, without the plan was reproduced in IB 32, 15 Jun 1890, 145.
Buildings of Ireland architect file: full ref. in Buildings of Ireland Co. Down file not available.
6 work entries listed in chronological order for JOHNSTON, THOMAS MCC.
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||CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KNOCK, REDCOT
||New brick, plaster and half-timbered house, for T. Paul. Contractor: John Bill.
Building News, 10 Aug 1888, ?(illus.); RHA 1890, no. 501; IB 32, 15 Jun 1890, 143,145(illus.)