Professor of Architecture (0.5)
Michael McGarry, architect, urban designer, and teacher, born Dublin 1955, educated UCD Dublin and UVa Virginia, worked in London (Richard Rogers), Germany and Berlin (Josef Paul Kleihues and Internationale Bauaustellung Berlin 84/87). In practice in Ireland with Siobhán Ní Éanaigh since 1984. Design tutor at the Dublin Institute of Technology 1987 to 1996. Founder member Group 91 Architects, RTPI Sir Patrick Abercrombie Gold Medal winner, RIAI Silver Medal for Housing, RIAI Awards winner, AAI Awards winner, CCCB European Prize for Urban Public Space. Professor of Architecture Queen’s University Belfast since 2009; Associate Professor Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology since 2014.
Recent Buildings and Awards:
Coláiste Ailigh – Union of International Architects UIA Medal 2017, RIAI Best Education Building Ireland, Architectural Association of Ireland Award, RIAI Universal Design Commendation
Athlone Community College – RIAI Best Education Building Ireland, RIAI Universal Design Commendation, School Building of the Year Irish Building and Design Awards, Shortlisted Irish Nomination Mies van der Rohe Award, Architectural Association of Ireland Special Mention
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