Cathal Quinn »

Cathal studied Architecture in Plymouth, England and and Paris, France graduating in 1999.  Since graduating, Cathal has worked in practices in England, Poland and the USA from which he gained experience in residential and conservation projects in particular as well as the richness that comes from working in different cultures.  Cathal has a passionate interest in Design Theory and an analytical mind which he brings to bear in developing thorough design solutions that respond holistically to the needs of client, programme and context.  Read More…

Bernie Moloney »

Bernie worked with Murray O Laoire Architects for over 25 years and during this gained huge experience in the delivery of a wide range of projects including second and third level educational, healthcare, housing and retail with particular emphasis on the detailed technical design stage through to site stage , project completion and handover.
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John Quinn »

Since graduation in 1966 he has worked as a Project Architect in Dublin, Site Architect in Carlow before moving to Japan where he studied and also worked as a Design Architect.  In 1972 he returned to Limerick and joined the practice of Charles Quinn.  In 1976 he took over management of the practice and in 1982 formed a new practice, Quinn Savage Smyth Architects, by amalgamating with the practices of K. Savage and W.T. Smyth.  John is now a Director of Quinn Architects and remains fully active within the practice.  Read More…

Iwona Quinn »

Iwona studied Architecture and Urban Design at Cracow Polytechnic in Poland, graduating in 2003. During the course of her studies, she participated in an international student exchange with the University of Tennessee and spent six months studying in Knoxville, USA. Iwona has enjoyed considerable success with student competitions, winning joint first prize for her design for a gallery in Bochnia, Poland and a Commendation from a pan-American competition for an environmentally sustainable Agriculture College in California, USA.  Read More…