Lecturer in Architecture
Jane Larmour has been involved in teaching Architecture at Queen’s University Belfast since 2009. Jane is an architect and founding Director of Arigho Larmour Wheeler Architects, a cross-border Irish practice established in 2014, together with Mark Arigho and Patrick Wheeler. With studios in Belfast and Dublin, Arigho Larmour Wheeler Architects are engaged in designing at a range of scales for domestic and commercial clients across Ireland and committed to finding creative yet pragmatic design solutions that add beauty and value through sustainable thinking. Their work has been published and exhibited locally and internationally including at the Irish Embassy in London where Jane was invited to represent Irish Women in architecture in 2018.
In addition to her role on the Council of the RSUA, where she chairs the Value of an Architect sub-group, Jane has been elected as the Regional Representative for Northern Ireland on the Council of the RIBA.
A graduate of both Queen’s University Belfast and University College Dublin, where she won both the RSUA Bronze Medal and RIAI Silver Medal Jane also undertook postgraduate research studies in Architectural History and contributed to the Royal Irish Academy publication on The Art and Architecture of Ireland.
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