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06 June 2009

McCullough, Niall

Studied at University College Dublin, graduating in 1981. Afterwards he spent a year studying and working in Rome before returning to Dublin to work with Scott Tallon Walker. Established McCullough Mulvin Architects with...

06 June 2009

McCormick, Liam (1916-96)

Studied at Liverpool University, graduating 1943, before working as an architect and planner at the Ballymena Urban District Council. Established Corr and McCormick with Frank Corr (1948-68) after winning the competition for a...

06 June 2009

Lyons, Henry J. (1880-1947)

Apprenticed to Kaye, Parry and Ross before establishing a private practice in 1927. Elected Fellow of the RIBA in 1925. Specialised in commercial buildings, particularly cinemas and factories, before being joined by his...

06 June 2009

Lutyens, Sir Edwin (1869-1944)

Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) was one of the most important english architects of the early twentieth century. He was responsible for some outstanding domestic commission in England but his most important work was...

06 June 2009

Koralek, Paul

Paul Koralek studied at the Architectural Association in London and graduated in 1956. He worked with Marcel Breuer in New York before forming Ahrends Burton and Koralek in 1961. In the same year,...

06 June 2009

Vincent Kelly (b.1896)

Studied at University College Dublin, of which he was the first architectural graduate. He was one of the original members of the Irish Hospital Committee of Reference and was responsible for much of...

06 June 2009

Kelly, Stephen (b.1891)

Apprenticed to R.M. Butler and studied at the Dublin Institute of Technology. Worked with J.J. Robinson until establishing partnership of Jones and Kelly with Alfred Jones in 1919. In their first year together...

06 June 2009

Johnston, Francis (1760-1829)

Francis Johnston (1760-1829) was from Armagh and studied under the architect Thomas Cooley. In 1805 he was appointed architect to the Board of Works. His principal buildings in Dublin included the General Post...

06 June 2009

Thomas Ivory (1732-1786)

Thomas Ivory (1732-1786) was born in Cork and was originally a carpenter. Ivory was one of the most important Irish architects until the arrival of Gandon. He was the first master of the...