Sinead Bourke, Dip.Arch, B.Arch.Sc, P.Grad.Dip, MRIAI. 

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair & Conservation with Distinction (P.Grad.Dip), Trinity College Dublin: 2015
  • Bachelor in Architecture (B.Arch.Sc), Trinity College Dublin: 1998
  • Diploma in Architecture (Dip.Arch), Dublin Institute of Technology: 1998 

Membership of Professional Bodies and Learned Societies

  • RIAI Grade III Conservation Architect: 2016
  • Member of The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI): 2003 to date.
  • Member of the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI): 1998 to date.
  • Co-founder of Park(ing) Day Dublin, a global tactical urbanism event.

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Lecturer, Dublin School of Architecture, Dublin Institute of Technology: 2004 – present
  • Invited critic, School of Architecture, University of Limerick: 2009 – 2014.
  • Invited critic, School of Architecture, University College Dublin: 2010 - 2012.
  • Invited critic, Centre for Architectural Education, University College Cork: 2011 – 2012.
  • Invited critic, Architecture Department, Queens University, Belfast: 2008 – 2011.

Practice Experience

  • Partner in the practice of Sinead Bourke Architects: 2010 – present.
  • Senior Architect in the practice of Boyd Cody Architects: 2004 – 2010.
  • Senior Architect in the practice of McCullough Mulvin Architects: 1998 – 2004.

Projects and Publications

  • ‘Conservation of the Chassis factory by Michael Scott’: a paper forthcoming 2017
  • Bourke, S., O’Connor, D., Case-study report from the IRCHSS ‘Making the Built Environment work’ Interdisciplinary Summer School in NUI Maynooth. (2011) ‘Restructuring the Celtic Tiger Estate Legacy’
  • DSA publication ‘Remaking Neilstown’.(2010) ‘Promoting Ownership and the Public Realm’
  • DSA publication ‘Wasteland’. (2009) ‘Condition Wasteland’
  • DSA publication ‘Utopia:Balitore’ (2008)
 ‘Utopia?’
  • Building Material Architectural Journal (2002) ‘Review of Tracings’ (An academic publication by UCD Architecture Department)

Awards

  • RIAI Awards - Highly Commended for Harcourt Terrace, (Boyd Cody Architects): 2010  
  • RIAI Award for House at Richmond Place, Rathmines, (Boyd Cody Architects): 2006 
  • AAI Award for Virus Reference Laboratory,University College Dublin (McCullough Mulvin Architects): 2004
  • AAI Downes medal for Ussher Library, Trinity College Dublin (McCullough Mulvin Architects in conjunction with KMD Architects): 2003
  • RIAI Award for Ussher Library, Trinity College Dublin (McCullough Mulvin Architects in conjunction with KMD Architects): 2003
  • AAI Award for Square House, Blackrock (McCullough Mulvin Architects): 2003

 

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