Simon Walker

I am an architect in private practice, educated at University College Dublin, graduating with first class honours in 1992. Prior to training as an architect, I attended school and completed an apprenticeship in joinery in France, spending two years working on exhibition installations at the Centre Pompidou. Following this I worked as assistant to Sol Lewitt and other artists in the fabrication of wall-drawings, sculpture and silkscreen prints in New York from 1982 to 1987.

In 1993 I took up a full-time post with U.C.D. as head of the Building Laboratory at the School of Architecture, and established my own practice in Dublin in 1997. I continued to teach as a design studio master in U.C.D., and contributed as a visiting critic at the Dublin Institute of Technology, until my appointment to the studio teaching staff at the School of Architecture, University of Limerick, in 2009.

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