Who are we?

  • Award Winning Architect
  • +20 years experience in the UK and Ireland
  • registered with the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI)
  • Grade III RIAI Conservation Accreditation
  • Qualified Passive House Designer (ie low energy sustainable design) 2012

What can MCLA give you? 

  • a result that is more than you dreamt was possible
  • genuine involvement in the creative journey of transforming your building
  • the reassurance of working with an architect with a track record of reliability, meticulous attention to details and the highest standards of design
  • design involvement from inception to completion

Projects realised by the firm are diverse in size, type and location.

The team have extensive experience in the formation and leadership of multi-disciplined project teams.

They bring the understanding of large projects and organisations to their personal practice in architecture.

Prior to founding Mc Loughlin Architects in 2009, Eunan worked initially with the City Architects Department, Dublin City Council and O'Keeffe Architects. While executing design and management work for project types ranging from civic and public buildings to corporate and industrial campuses as well as unique domestic scale private work, Eunan gained extensive experience in the techniques of controlling the time, cost and project delivery processes for complex and demanding projects.

It is this experience combined with an unyielding commitment to meeting the needs of clients with an architecture that is of the present-day that most distinguishes the firm's work.

In addition to architecture, services offered by Mc Loughlin Architects include eco design, low energy design, interior design, furniture design, planning, conservation, project management and construction technology research.

  Eunan McLoughlin  Director    qualified in 1991 from DIT Bolton Street (Dip.Arch. B.Arch Sci Distinction) becoming a member of the RIAI in 1995. Eunan has worked in a variety of practices in Ireland, UK and Europe, including Dublin City Council and O Keeffe Architects before setting up Eunan Mc Loughlin Architects Ltd in 2009. Eunan has worked on a wide range of projects in the private and public realm including Airfield Evolution Project, extension to Clonkeen College Dublin and     Pearse Street Library, Dublin

Eunan McLoughlin Director

qualified in 1991 from DIT Bolton Street (Dip.Arch. B.Arch Sci Distinction) becoming a member of the RIAI in 1995. Eunan has worked in a variety of practices in Ireland, UK and Europe, including Dublin City Council and O Keeffe Architects before setting up Eunan Mc Loughlin Architects Ltd in 2009. Eunan has worked on a wide range of projects in the private and public realm including Airfield Evolution Project, extension to Clonkeen College Dublin and  Pearse Street Library, Dublin

  Triona Stack  Associate    joined MCLA in 2016 and has since become an integral part of the team. Triona qualified in 1995 from University College Dublin where she qualified with an honours degree in Architecture. Prior to joining MCLA, she ran her own practice Triona Stack Architects in Dublin for five years, and previous to that worked in O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects in Dublin and Niall McLoughlin Architects in London and O'Muire Smyth Architects in Dublin, where she gained wide ranging design experience in all aspects of design and won RIAI, AAI, and RIBA Awards for many projects she was Project Architect on.   

Triona Stack Associate

joined MCLA in 2016 and has since become an integral part of the team. Triona qualified in 1995 from University College Dublin where she qualified with an honours degree in Architecture. Prior to joining MCLA, she ran her own practice Triona Stack Architects in Dublin for five years, and previous to that worked in O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects in Dublin and Niall McLoughlin Architects in London and O'Muire Smyth Architects in Dublin, where she gained wide ranging design experience in all aspects of design and won RIAI, AAI, and RIBA Awards for many projects she was Project Architect on.