McCullough Mulvin Architects
Established by Valerie Mulvin and Niall McCullough, McCullough Mulvin Architects work on cultural and civic buildings in Ireland, working to define a new public realm in a changing society, dealing with Ireland’s diffuse light and stark materiality. The practice has an interest in very particular contexts, making a layered architecture of sublimated reference which reflects a specific response to site and place, or forming modern interventions in existing buildings, an open-ended exploration of materials and form, which can occur at any scale. The practice also works on residential and urban projects, and extends its exploration in publication and research.
Publications about the practice include: WorK -McCullough Mulvin Architects (Anne Street Press and Gandon Editions, 2004); rush library (Anne Street Press and Associated Editions, 2009); the long room hub at trinity College (Gandon Editions, 2010); Dublin Dental hospital embedded space (Gandon Editions, 2011); Blackrock quartet (Gandon Editions 2014). The work of McCullough Mulvin has been exhibited in Germany, the UK, Italy, Portugal, the Czech Republic, the USA and Spain – Mies Van der Rohe Awards 2005 & 2011, the World Architecture Festival 2009 & 2010, Prague Quadrennial 2007, Lisbon Triennale 2007, Venice Biennale 2008.
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