Donnelly Turpin Architects was founded in 1996 by Charlie Donnelly and Mark Turpin. Mark, along with John Winslow, who joined the firm in 1998, are currently the two directors of the practice.

The practice has gained experience in a wide range of building types that include multi-unit residential, government, institutional and commercial offices, as well as community facilities that include swimming pools, leisure and community facilities, childcare buildings, library and interpretive facilities.

Donnelly Turpin Architects has successfully completed a number of high-profile building projects including Leinster House 2000 – a 10,000 sq m extension to the Houses of the Oireachtas, The Irish Times Building on Tara Street in Dublin, The Swan Leisure Building in Rathmines and, most recently, the refurbishment and conversion of the landmark N.I.B. Building, College Green (now housing H+M). Projects that are recently completed or currently nearing completion include residential developments at Stillorgan, Howth, Malahide and Foxrock.

For these and other projects the practice has received wide recognition for the design quality of its completed buildings. These include awards from the Architectural Association of Ireland (AAI), the Royal Institute of Irish Architects(RIAI), and the prestigious international award of the Europa Nostra Medal.

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