The Old Barracks,
4A, Lad Lane,
TODD Architect’s Dublin office opened in 2001.
Reinforcing the company’s commitment to being an ‘all island’ practice, we are now one of the top ten largest private practices in Ireland.
The Dublin studio has completed projects across the country and within both the private and public sector.
These have ranged in nature and scale from new office developments in Navan, to workplace fit-outs in Dublin, schools in Cavan, Kildare and Louth, and a multiplicity of healthcare contracts in Beaumont Hospital, Dublin and Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.
Our current commission base extends to include Community Nursing Units in Kerry and Sligo, a new education campus in Blanchardstown and most recently the securing through a competitive design process, of a prestigious contract to redevelop the Westland Row headquarters of the Royal Irish Academy of Music.
In recognition of this expanding workload the practice relocated to new premises in Pembroke Lane in 2015 and appointed John Keogan, co-founder and former director of HKR Architects, as principal of the Dublin office.
John brings a wealth of experience across public and private sectors, where he has successfully delivered projects for a diverse range of clients including Deloitte, the Abbey Theatre and the Health Products Regulatory Authority.
He carries particular expertise in Design and Build procurement, where he has worked with a number of Ireland’s leading contractors including John Paul and Duggan Brothers.
The company is fully committed to a further major expansion of it’s Dublin base under John’s leadership and has put in place a five year marketing and business development strategy that is targeting a trebling of its workload and staffing levels over this period.