School Of Architecture
Richview Sch of Architecture
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Mary Laheen B Arch MUBC MRIAI RIBA graduated from the School of Architecture, University College Dublin in 1981.
She initially worked in New York with Al de Vido Associates. Later in San Francisco she became involved in documentary film making and investigating the role that film and video might play in the education of architects. She directed a short film about the Architect Louis Kahn and the Salk Institute in San Diego. Returning to Dublin she joined the practice of de Blacam and Meagher Architects, where she was the project architect for the New Library at CORK IT, which won the RIAI Gold Medal in 1997. She set up Mary Laheen Architects in 1995; the practice has been involved in the design of schools, houses and commercial projects. In 1998 she began teaching at the School of Architecture, being primarily involved in the First Year Studio where she acted as Module Co-ordinator until 2007. Since that time she has been teaching in the third, fourth and fifth year studios.
|Association: Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, Function/Role: Member|
|Association: Royal Institute of British Architects, Function/Role: Member|
|Association: ICOMOS (Ireland), Function/Role: Member|
| Year 1981 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: BArch Subject: Architecture
| Year 1986 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: Certificate Subject: Certificate in Architectural Professional Practice
| Year 1987 Institution: Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland
Qualification: MRIAI Subject: Professional Practice in Architecture
| Year 1987 Institution: Royal Institute of British Architects
Qualification: RIBA Subject: Professional Practice in Architecture
| Year 2005 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: MArchSc Subject: Urban and Building Conservation
| Cultural Landscape, especially the Irish rural landscape.
Architecture and Urbanism