Lenzie O'Sullivan B Arch, Dip. Arch (Sc.) MRIAI


  • Diploma in Architecture (Honours), Bolton Street D.I.T. 1998
  • Degree in Architectural Science (Honours), Bolton Street D.I.T. 1998
  • Architect Accredited in Conservation at Grade III, RIAI 2005
  • Accredited as Buiding Energy Assesor, U.C.D. / G.M.I.T. 2008
  • Architect Accredited in Conservation at Grade II, RIAI 2010
  • Project Supervisor Design Process Acceditation, RIAI 2014
  • Membership of Professional Bodies and Learned Societies
  • Member of The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) 2002 to date
  • Member of The Irish Georgian Society 2012 - Present
  • Member of The Building Lime Forum of Ireland 2015 - Present

Academic Experience

  • Studio Lecturer, Dublin School of Architecture, Dublin Institute of Technology: 2006 to date
  • External Examiner in RIBA Accredited BA(Hons) Architectural Design and BA Interior Architecture+ Design. (Part 1), all years, Institute of Technology, Sligo 2015 to date

Practice Experience

  • Senior Architect in de Blacam and Meagher Architects, Dublin: 1998 to date
  • Architect in Private Practice 1998 to date
  • Assistant Architect in Payette and Associates Architects, Boston, U.S.A: Summer 1997
  • Assistant Architect in Ginnell and Gray Architects, Mullingar: Summer 1994, 1996
  • Assistant Architect in Luis M. Peppard, Architect, Mullingar: Summer 1995

Projects and Publications

  • Article: “Rehabilitation and the Missing Tooth”, Architecture Ireland, a record of the Conservation of the Belvedere Orphanage, Tyrellspass, Co. Westmeath, August 2007
  • Lecture Presentation: 9 Ely Place Conservation Works: Historic Places – Living City Spaces; DCC Conference, The Mansion House, Dublin in partnership with the Dept. AHG, the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI), the Irish Architectural Foundation (IAF) and City Architects Division, October 2015


  • Coach House, Dublin 6, with de Blacam and Meagher: RIAI Awards 2012: Selected for Exhibition.
  • Lenzie O’Sullivan awarded Second Place in RIAI/Dublin City Council Open Ideas Conservation Competition, Henrietta Street, 2008, Exhibited in Dublin Castle in November 2008.
  • Belvedere Orphanage, Tyrellspass, Co. Westmeath, with de Blacam and Meagher: AAI Award – selected for exhibition 2007, RIAI Conservation and Heritage Award Finalist 2007, Opus Architecture and Construction Award, Heritage Category, Highly Commended 2006
  • Portobello Wharf, Windsor Terrace, Dublin 8, with de Blacam and Meagher: Special Mention Opus Construction Awards, Housing Category 2004
  • 1 Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2, with de Blacam and Meagher: RIAI Awards 2001: Selected for Exhibition.


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