Architect Paul O’Dwyer has been in private practice in Malahide since 1976 and he established 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 specialises in master planning and feasibility studies and he has a truly unique ability to maximise the potential every development opportunity. He has extensive experience in designing and developing large and small commercial and residential projects, and in the regeneration and conservation of existing buildings. Paul works closely with private and public sector clients, bringing original thinking, a unique insight and vast experience to every project.
Nuala joined O’Dwyer & Associates Architects in 1984 having graduated as an architect in 1983. She became a member of the RIAI in 1988. Nuala is the Practice Manager.
Nuala has extensive experience in both residential and commercial projects and has been project architect on a number of large developments such as Swords Business Campus, the Wintergarden on Pearse Street, Castlegate and the redevelopment of the HSE offices on Adelaide Road. She has also worked on a number of regeneration projects bringing new life into older buildings throughout Dublin city and county. She has particular expertise in internal planning and has completed many successful commercial fit out projects. She is responsible for many of O’Dwyer & Associates Architects’ residential and interior design projects.