Liam Mulligan is a registered architect and chartered building surveyor, a member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Royal Institute of British Architects, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. He has an abiding interest in historic and traditional buildings of all periods, is a skilled draughtsman and with over 25 years experience studying and working in the field, has developed specialist expertise in classical and vernacular architecture, historic detail and traditional construction. He has attained full accreditation in building conservation from the RICS and has extensive experience in building conservation involving a wide range of building types and technologies. He is a member of The International Network for Traditional Building Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU) and the Traditional Architecture Group (RIBA linked society).
Whether designing new buildings or alterations and additions to historic buildings we aim to meet our clients specific requirements and produce high-quality work of architectural distinction based on unfailing classical and traditional design principles using quality natural materials, proven construction methods and genuine craftsmanship. We enjoy the challenge of providing durable, sustainable and attractive buildings that are also practical and economical often leading to solutions which are innovative and progressive.
We value historic buildings, and advocate their continued use and enjoyment through conservation. We invest great pride in our work and our buildings, adopting a best practice philosophy, and with our expertise in using informed, conservation-led approaches and traditional design we have an excellent success rate in obtaining planning consent for works projects involving historic buildings and protected structures with a proven track record in securing positive outcomes for both clients and the historic environment.