Eric Parry Architects – Mike McMahon
Where are they now?
Mike Mc Mahon completed his undergraduate at Queen’s School of Architecture in 2003 and subsequently undertook a diploma followed by a Masters in Architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow. He designed his first building – his parent’s house – during his year out and this was completed in 2006.
He currently resides in London where he has worked for a number of award winning practices including Munkenbeck and Marshall Architects, Wright & Wright Architects and Eric Parry Architects where he is an Associate. At Eric Parry he was the project architect on the multi-award winning 4 Pancras Square which is now home to Universal Music at King’s Cross. He is currently project lead on a new large office development in Pimlico, central London: a building which will provide significant urban greening to the area.
Mike has a strong passion for making and has designed and constructed multiple pieces of furniture including lighting, tables, chairs, cabinetry and concrete countertops. Outside of design, Mike has performed extensively as an amateur stand-up comedian both in the UK and in Europe.