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Dublin

The practice established its studio in Dublin in 2001 in line with an all-island approach to its service offering. 

Since then, it has successfully expanded across all key industry sectors, showing stand-out strength within the healthcare, education, banking, commercial and residential arenas. 

Key achievements do date include reconfiguring the healthcare facilities at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin and the design of Hansfield Education Campus in Blanchardstown. 

Under the leadership of Principal Penny Linton, the studio is now recognised as one of the top ten largest private practices in Ireland. Uniquely positioned, the studio can offer clients a small, focused, and agile Dublin team alongside a substantial resource base across the practice totalling over eight professional and technical staff.  

The Dublin studio has a strong track record of delivering for public and private clients with a special emphasis on sustainability and energy efficiency as part of the design and construction of every building. 

As industry leaders when it comes to making use of the very best technology available, Revit and BIM form a central part of Dublin studio’s delivery process, bringing the very best designs to life through virtual reality for unrivalled accuracy and visualisation. 

With a specialist interest in Passivhaus standards, energy conservation and green building technologies John Palmer was appointed Associate at the Dublin studio in 2018. He has since helped develop a wide portfolio of projects across the Island, consolidating the studio’s exceptional reputation. 

In line with the Practice’s wider expansion strategy the Dublin studio relocated in 2019 to a larger premises at 4A Lad Lane to accommodate the growing team and client base   The office offers services in architecture, planning, masterplanning, workplace and interior design.

Principals

Penny

Penny Linton

Dublin Principal

Penny joined TODD Architects as the Principal of our Dublin studio, literally as the Covid 19 pandemic and resulting lockdown arrived in early 2020. Despite these challenges she has overseen continued strengthening of the Dublin team in response to growth and diversification of the studio’s commission base.