Sinead Mc Loughlin

Sinead graduated from Dublin School of Architecture, DIT, with a first class honours in 2014. Born in Australia, she grew up and was educated in Dublin, where she was was accepted into the Irish Centre for Talented Youths programme. During her time at University, Sinead has been involved in publications on the medieval city hall typology in Northern Italy and Germany, and on the connection between fashion and architecture. Her work was chosen to represent the DSA as an exemplar of contemporary school design for the Department of Education/RIAI Colloquium in 2013. Sinead has also worked for architecture practices in Dublin, London and New York during the course of her architectural education. She is currently living in Dublin and working on her architectural portfolio.

Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2014

University: Dublin Institute of Technology
Category: Design

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