Archinect
Paul Healy

Paul Healy

New York, NY, US

 

About 

I am an Architect and Urban Designer with over 14 years of professional experience, working in New York, London and  Dublin on a broad range of public and private projects. These have ranged in scale from small pavilions and house extensions, to large residential developments, urban blocks and masterplans.

Employment 

Marvel Architects, New York, NY, US, Associate

Associate at Marvel Architects NYC, responsible for overseeing several medium to large scale Architectural and Urban Design projects in New York

Jul 2017 - current
 

Marvel Architects, New York, NY, US, Senior Architect

Senior Project Architect/Project Manager for 110,000SF Residential/Mixed use building in Williamsbug, Brooklyn.

Jan 2014 - Jul 2017
 

Fletcher Priest Architects, London, GB, Architect/Urban Designer

Architect and Urban Designer working on a number of large UK based projects, including the Woodberry Down Masterplan in Hackney, North London and the East Coast rail network from King's Cross to Edinburgh.

Jan 2013 - Sep 2013
 

Healy Architects, Dublin, IE, Architect

Project Architect on a number of residential and commercial projects, ranging from small house extensions to large office fit-outs

Jan 2010 - Sep 2011
 

Shay Cleary Architects (SCA), Dublin, IE, Architect

Project/Assistant Architect on many high profile projects in Ireland, including large residential developments, new-build offices, hotels and major Masterplans for Dublin city centre.

Sep 2005 - Jan 2010
 

Henchion Reuter Architects, Dublin, IE, Junior Architect

Junior, post part 1 Architect working primarily as a model maker on several community based building in Dublins city center

Jun 2002 - Mar 2003
 

Education 

University College London (UCL), London, GB, Masters, MArch Urban Design (Distinction)

12 Month intensive degree focusing on the development of cities over the next 35 years. Thesis involved thorough analysis of Hong Kong and it's envirions, weaving together multiple strands of research including the political, social and economic spheres, culminating in a design proposal projecting a vision of Hong Kong's future.

Sep 2011 - Sep 2012
 

University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, IE, RIAI Part 3, Advanced Diploma in professional practice of Architecture

RIAI Part 3, Advanced Diploma in professional practice of Architecture

Sep 2008 - Mar 2010
 

University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, IE, BArch, BArch Architecture

Architecture Degree

Sep 1999 - Jun 2005
 

Awards 

Distinction MArch Urban Design, 1st Place

2012
 

"Bruce Shortt" prizewinner UCD, 1st Place

2005
 

Areas of Specialization