John O’Neill & Associates, Architects and Interior Designers Ltd is an architectural practice with a reputation for innovative contemporary design founded in 1991 by John O’Neill and Ros O’Loughlin graduates of the School of Architecture at University College Dublin.


The practice undertakes every project with a fresh analysis of the issues involved. This approach allows the practice to undertake all scales and types of projects with the same innovative results. The practice collaborates with specialists in all areas of the construction industry to ensure the inclusion of the most up-to-date technologies in energy conservation, materials and structure as well as planning and conservation.  



The practice has recently been joined by Kelly McSorley in the role of Practice Administrator.


The Development of 52 Apartments and 16 houses on the Coast Road in Raheny, Dublin 5  has just received a Decision to Grant Planning Permission.

The recently completed development of 3 houses at the rear of the Practice’s offices in Irishtown  is receiving widespread attention


The practice is currently working on the refurbishment of the Skylon Hotel, Drumcondra, Dublin 9 and the renovation of The SPADE Enterprise Centre in the original St Pauls Parish Church on North King St. Dublin 7



The practice recently won The  Irish Construction Industry Award for Best Residential Development of 2015 and The Irish Building and Design Award for Best House Building Project of 2015 for Seascape, a development of 59 apartments on The Clontarf Road overlooking Dublin Bay.



The Sunday Times recently reported on the Penthouse at Clarinda Close, Dun Laoghaire, a new 2 storey apartment on the roof on an existing building overlooking Dun Laoghaire and Sandycove.


New Projects

Current work includes the design of a development of 40 apartments in Raheny overlooking St Anne’s Park, an extension to a Protected Structure in Sandyford, Co. Dublin, Residential Developments on the Howth Road, Dublin 5 and in Adamstown, Co. Dublin, a boutique hotel iand the refurbishment of an old church as a Resource Centre in Dublin’s City Centre.



The practice is currently seeking a Project Architect with at least 8 years experience in practice in Ireland and eligible for registration .