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Bryan O’Sullivan

13th Sep 2013

Once in a while, an architect comes onto the scene who wows Irish and international clients alike. Having studied architecture at the University of Greenwich and Westminister University, Bryan’s work awarded him a place amongst the next generation in first-class design, taking him from his hometown of Kenmare to Dublin, London and beyond.? ?I’ve been travelling non-stop, working on different projects. After working with David Collins and Martin Brudnizki in London, Selldorf in New York, and Laplace & Co in Paris, I’m finally ready to go out on my own.? Quite a cv for a young designer whose slick skillset has him working on The Kitchen restaurant on South Anne Street, and plenty more high-profile projects that are strictly confidential, for now. He’s our all-Irish design royalty in the making.

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