Nuala studied Architecture at DIT, Bolton Street School of Architecture graduating in 1983. She joined O’Dwyer & Associates Architects in 1984 and became a member of the RIAI in 1988.
Nuala has extensive experience across a range of projects including residential, commercial, conservation, fit out and domestic projects. She has strong organisational skills and particular expertise in space planning. She is responsible for many of O’Dwyer & Associates Architects’ residential and interior design projects particularly with regard to renovation and regeneration projects. Nuala is a design architect, leads the conservation projects and takes on responsibility for the most of the domestic projects
Nuala is a RIAI Grade 3 Conservation Architect.
Paul has more than 18 years of experience in the construction industry. He initially graduated from WIT as an architectural technologist and having completed further studies he is now an RIAI registered architect. Paul is responsible for many of the technical aspects of the projects in the office with extensive experience in delivering large scale residential and commercial projects. Having first joined the practice in 2002, Paul left due to the economic decline in 2009 before being recruited back by the company in 2014 and is now a director.
Kaz qualified as an Architect and urban Planner from Warsaw University of Technology in 1992. He first worked in Vienna and his native Poland gaining experience on design of several apartment complexes, hospitals and pharmaceutical projects. He moved with his family to Ireland in 2004 where he began working across a range of projects including residential, commercial and healthcare. Kaz joined O’ Dwyer & Associates in 2016 and works both on the design and technical aspects of our projects.
The practice was founded by Paul O’Dwyer in Malahide in 1976 – beginning as O’Dwyer & Partners and later changing to O’Dwyer & Associates in 1983. Before setting up his own practice, Paul worked with both of Ireland’s most celebrated architectural firms, Michael Scott & Partners and Stephenson Gibney & Associates. He was project architect on the Central Bank, Dame Street, Dublin with Stephenson & Gibney Architects.
Paul was still an active member of the practice when he passed away in March 2020.