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Brian O’Donnell, Director
B.Arch., Dip.Proj.Man, MRIAI
Brian graduated from UCD in 1991 with a B. Arch. degree. He became a member of the RIAI in 1996 and received a Diploma in Project Management in 1995 from Trinity College, and has been a guest lecturer to the UCD School of Architecture over a number of years. Brian is also a qualified PSDP since 2010 and holds a Grade II Conservation accreditation from the RIAI. Prior to establishing Cloonan O’Donnell Architects, Brian worked in private practice and with the Office of Public Works. Brian is Director with responsibility for project development.
Nicki Cloonan, Director
B.Arch., MUBC, MRIAI
Nicki Cloonan graduated from UCD in 1991 where she also completed a Masters Degree in Urban and Building Conservation. She has a Diploma in Legal Studies from DIT and is a member of the RIAI since 1995 with whom she is also accredited as a Grade I Conservation Architect. Before establishing Coda in 1996 Nicki worked in private practice and for Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. She has also taught Interior Architecture and Design in Blackrock Further Education Institute (formally SCD) for many years. Nicki is Director with responsibility for Conservation projects and both Domestic and Commercial interiors.
Coda Architects have a strong design ethos. We recognise our professional duty to deliver creative, workable and cost effective solutions for our clients. The practice is driven by a process of analysis of the specific requirements of the project, not a predetermined style. We create buildings that are tailored to their location and brief. We understand the importance of dialogue with the people who commission our buildings, ensuring that the delivery of a project aligns with the delivery of expectations and requirements. The practice fully commits itself to any project we undertake, for the benefit of the project and our clients.