Patrick J. Roche is an architectural designer working in the city of New York conducting independent research into architectural design methods, furniture design and how one may influence the other.
While working in Manhattan Patrick developed his knowledge of this historical city and contributed to the design of historical landmark townhouses.
Previously as a research assistant to Robin Guenther on the second edition of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture. In April 2012 he relocated to New York city to further his career, refine/develop skills and establish networks. Patrick also has a passion for graphic design and has a keen interest in business management and marketing.
University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin Ireland, MArch, Architecture and Design
Five year RIBA certified Masters program. This is the leading architecture school in Ireland and has award winning architects on its staff.
Arkitektskolen Aarhus - The Aarhus School of Architecture, Aarhus, DK, MArch, Architecture and Design
Study abroad program.
September 2011 Aarhus School of Architecture and Design
Short documentary video of a pavilion designed and built by nine exchange students and I.
Trainee of the year, second runner up place, 3rd Place
Trainee of the Year second runner up.International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience. I was
awarded this prize after giving an audio visual presentation on my experience duing my time working in Tunisia.
SuperArch, 1st Place
Design and Construct a pavillion in the Milan area of Italy.