Arigho Larmour Wheeler Architects


About Us

From our studios beside Trinity College in Dublin and South Belfast we take pride in designing and delivering well-crafted buildings with a strong connection to their context and particular consideration to issues of sustainability, heritage, landscape and material. Fundamental to our practice is the belief that good architecture and design can enrich people’s lives.

Established by Mark Arigho, Jane Larmour and Patrick Wheeler, we have extensive experience working on a diverse range of projects from award-winning public, cultural, educational and commercial buildings to one-off private residences in the UK, Ireland and abroad for some of the leading design practices in both the North and South of Ireland. 

Arigho Larmour Wheeler has built a portfolio of high-quality buildings across Ireland at a range of scales including new one-off private houses, sensitive renovations of protected buildings, and innovative extensions to family homes alongside projects for commercial, retail and public clients. 

The studio has been recognized for its work on housing, master-planning, urban design and public buildings in Ireland and abroad.

As a practice we are a RIBA/RSUA Chartered Practice in the UK and RIAI Practice Members in Ireland . All three Directors are on the Register of Architects Ireland held by the RIAI and and we are all recognised by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) in the UK.

All three practice Directors actively contribution to design education through our university teaching roles in the UK and Ireland.

We enjoy the challenge of finding appropriate responses to each project we take on, working with our clients to arrive at solutions which respond to their aspirations and complement existing conditions, always paying close attention to budget, sustainability and the precise project context. We enjoy working closely and collaboratively with clients and end-users, committed and talented engineers, builders and makers to deliver a high level of service throughout the life of a project.