Mark Arigho

BA Arch, BArch, MRIAI, ARB


Mark Arigho is a member of the Royal Institute of Architects Ireland (RIAI) and is also registered in the UK with ARB. He has specialist expertise as an Architect Accredited in Conservation at Grade III (RIAI). He has been an invited guest critic at Queen's University Belfast and is involved in teaching at UCD.

A graduate of both Canterbury School of Architecture and University College Dublin, Mark featured in Building Design Magazine's Top 100 Architecture Graduates in Britain and won Canterbury School of Architecture's Travel Scholarship. He was a Senior Architect at de Blacam and Meagher Architects where he worked between 2004 and 2015 and has extensive experience of designing one-off private houses, extensions and refurbishments with particular specialist experience in work to protected (listed) structures in sensitive contexts. 

Mark has invaluable experience at detail design stage through to completion on-site, leading design teams on projects ranging from 500k to 16million.

In addition to his experience on domestic work Mark was also Project Architect on a large complex commercial project for the Digicel HQ building in Port au Prince, Haiti.


Jane Larmour



Jane Larmour is a member of the RIAI, registered in the UK with ARB, and a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). She was a RIBA Regional Jury Member in 2017 and is on the RSUA Council. Jane holds First Class honours degrees in Architecture from Queen’s University Belfast and University College Dublin, and was awarded the two premier student awards in Ireland at both undergraduate and postgraduate level - the RSUA President’s Medal and the RIAI President’s Medal and Travelling Scholarship.

Jane has been involved in a number of award-winning public buildings, including the Stirling Prize nominated Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Photographers' Gallery, London and Gallery of Photography, Dublin for RIBA Gold Medallists O’Donnell + Tuomey, and worked with Hall McKnight, Belfast, on their successful International design competition for Gallaudet University, Washington DC.

She is a Lecturer (Education) in Architecture at QUB where she co-runs a Masters Studio and has been an invited external reviewer at both DIT and Ulster University where she also studied architectural history. She contributed to the Royal Irish Academy publication on the Art and Architecture of Ireland, and has been a guest presenter for BBCNI.

Patrick Wheeler



Patrick Wheeler is a member of the RIAI and is also registered in the UK with ARB & RIBA. Following his studies in Scotland, and Denmark, during which he was nominated for the top architectural student prize in Scotland, the RIAS Silver Medal, Patrick returned to Ireland to work. He completed his Professional Examinations in Architecture at University College Dublin. Patrick was invited to be on the jury for the International Concrete Design Competiton 2017/18.

Patrick has extensive experience ranging from one-off houses and refurbishments while working for de Blacam and Meagher in Dublin, to being the Senior Project Architect on a large office development in Belfast city centre connected to a Grade B listed building, and large-scale urban design projects in the Middle East with Ostick and Williams.

Patrick has taught at Queen’s University Belfast since 2012 and is currently involved in both under-graduate and post-graduate design studios.