We see design as having both aesthetic and function and that every piece of building construction has design possibilities in itself and in it’s wider context. We are happy to spend an afternoon at our drawing board on a gate-post, a hopper head or a tiling layout if that’s what it’s going to take to make any given project work. We understand that our clients homes or office need to be as individual as they are. We also understand that our designs have to be lived in, touched, felt, smelt, cleaned, kicked, wetted, worn, dirtied (and cleaned), dirtied (and cleaned again) for many, many years after we’ve gone.

Located – Dublin 2, Ireland

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Having gained a variety of experience in Architecture working in Dublin, Chicago and Sydney Gearóid Carvill, who graduated from UCD in 2000, established private practice in Dublin in 2007. Gearóid is a Registered Architect, a full member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (MRIAI), Royal Institute of British Architect (RIBA), RIAI Environmental Accredited Architect and a qualified Conservation Architect, Grade III. In partnership with Andrew Brady in 2009 set a multi disciplinary studio & workshop where initially self directed work has lead to practise offering design, conservation and sustainable services in retail, hospitality, residential and commercial areas. Gearóid has wide experience on a range of new build and conservation projects, including leading multi- disciplinary teams.