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James Crowley

Dip Arc. Bsc. Arc. MRIAI

James studied at Dublin School of Architecture, qualifying with honours in 2009. Prior to establishing a practice with Feargal, James worked as a project architect with Bucholz McEvoy Architects for seven years, with spells during this time in the Office of Public Works, SOSA Architects and TAKA Architects.

James was awarded the RIAI Deirdre O’Connor Medal for Professional Practice in 2013, and is a member of the RIAI. He has also been an invited critic and tutor at the Dublin School of Architecture, DIT.

Feargal Foley

Dip Arc. Bsc. Arc. MRIAI

Feargal qualified with honours from the Dublin School of Architecture and has developed a rich level of design experience both at home and abroad. During his early architectural career, he worked in Ireland and New Zealand designing high-end apartment, retail and educational schemes.

Feargal moved to London in 2013 to further develop his architectural experience. Here he joined with a distinguished practice and worked on designing large scale leisure, residential and educational projects. On return to Dublin, he joined Adrian Hill Architects and worked on bespoke, one-off houses, and residential schemes.

Awards l Publications l Exhibitions

- Design POP ‘milking stool’ exhibition 2020 - exhibitied
- Irish Times article 2019 - published
- RIAI Deirdre O’Connor Medal for Professional Practice in 2013 - winner
- OPUS awards 2008 - shortlisted

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