Ciaran joined Reed Watts in 2019, having previously worked as a part II on residential led mixed-use masterplanning projects at Allies and Morrison. He graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 2018, where he represented Northern Ireland at the European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA), in addition to invigilating the British Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Art Biennale.
As a part I architectural assistant, Ciaran worked for Belfast architects Hall Black Douglas on the refurbishment of Govanhill Baths in Glasgow. He also spent time with Groundwork NI, delivering feasibility studies for community buildings along sectarian ‘interface zones’ in Northern Ireland.
He is currently working on the refurbishment and retrofitting of Kingston’s Bishops Palace House.