Stephen Tierney studied History of Art and History at UCD Dublin and in Rome before studying Architecture at the Bartlett School in London. Stephen has worked for McCullough Mulvin Architects, Ian Ritchie Architects and James Gorst Architects. Stephen has also worked in two London based visualisation firms. Having taught design for three years in London, Stephen now tutors 4th year at UCD.
Nicola Haines studied architecture at the Bartlett School in London and has worked with Foster and Partners, Elsworth Sykes and Allies and Morrison in London and HB Design in Hong Kong. Nicola has completed her advanced certificate in horticulture with the RHS.
James Casey graduated with first-class honours from UCD Dublin in 2010. He completed his Professional Diploma (Architecture) in July 2013. His thesis project was highly commended at the 2010 Opus Awards. He has previously worked for GKMP Architects and Paul Keogh Architects.
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