Item NMC/0750A - Castle development scheme, Edinburgh

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Castle development scheme, Edinburgh


  • 2004 (Creation)

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Studies for new architectural development, below castle.

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Declan O’Donnell ATCL, Bsc (Hons), Dip. Arch, ARB, RIBA, MRIAI, is Architect and Partner with ODKM Architects and Designers, Dublin. Declan studied architecture at Queen’s University Belfast and the Mackintosh School of architecture in Glasgow, where he was awarded the W O Hutchison Prize. On completion of his Postgraduate Degree he was invited to join the international design studio, Foster + Partners in London. During his time there he worked on projects ranging from small scale feasibility studies, to office refurbishments, international competitions and high end residential developments. Upon leaving Foster + Partners in 2008 he moved to Australia to assist with the design and construction of Melbourne’s Convention Centre Precinct expansion. He has worked on projects across London and the UK, Ireland, Europe the US and the Far East.

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The Artist. W.O Hutchison prize purchase, 30.06.2004.

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pen and ink on paper

Dimensions: 292 x 420 mm

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GB 1694 NMC/0750A

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition


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