We are a creative, client-focused, RIAI registered architectural practice, providing a comprehensive range of services, including architecture, interior design, energy efficient design and historic building conservation. We have extensive experience working on a variety of residential projects both new-build as well as the refurbishment & extension of existing buildings.
Daniel Coyle Architects have been realising architectural projects together with private and commercial clients since 2000.
Daniel is a Registered Architect, a member of the RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland) and has RIAI Conservation and Environmental Design Accreditation. He has extensive experience in working on a diverse range of residential and commercial building projects, including Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian period buildings, Protected Structures, vernacular farmhouses, as well as contemporary new build projects.
Before establishing his practice in Dublin’s city centre, he worked with John Duane Architects (London), Pica Ciamarra Associati (Naples), and Cahill-O’Brien Associates (Dublin).
In 2015, Daniel obtained a Masters (First Class Hons.) in Energy Retrofit Technology (Sustainable & Energy Efficient Design) at the Dublin Institute of Technology. He has a special interest in Passive House, nZEB (Nearly Zero Energy Buildings) and low-energy design solutions for both new build and retrofit. He has carried out research into Passive-House and nZEB energy efficient design strategies, including a detailed examination of implementing these ultra-low energy building standards, in a cost-effective way. (Link to published accademic paper here)
He has taught at DIT School of Architecture and currently lectures on the MSc Building Performance (Energy Efficient Design) Masters Degree course at the Technological University of Dublin.
Daniel graduated from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1995 with a First-class Honours Degree and completed his RIAI Professional Practice Examination at UCD in 1998
How we work
We listen and listen well before we start designing, planning and executing. Then we add our imagination, expertise and advice. Let us help turn your project into a living or work space that not only matches your needs but goes beyond what you expected. Let’s start the conversation.
We commit to keeping your daily well-being in mind, balancing it with a low-impact sustainable design. For you and your family, by providing you with the maximum comfort that lasts a lifetime, and which is adaptable to all life stages (Lifetime adaptable and accessible design). And also for the environment, by reducing energy demand, carbon emmissions and environmental impact. See our project hightlights for examples.
We collaborate with an extensive network of selected craftspeople and professionals when realising your building project, ensuring a lean and flexible project management while at the same time providing you with high quality services from experienced specialists. See our list of expert partners.
We deliver on our promises, on time and within your budget.
A building project is a journey of many steps, and we are happy to offer guidance, support and services to help you reach milestones.
Find out more about our services and check our introductory offer.
- Modia Consulting - Quantity Surveyors / Cost Consultants
- Lohan & Donnelly Consulting Engineers - Structural Engineers
- Hendrick Ryan + Associates - Structural Engineers
- School of Architecture, DIT Bolton Street
- Proteus Consulting Engineers - Mechanical & Electrical
- Marston Planning Consultancy
- Wabi Sabi - bespoke furniture & interior joinery
- Ingealtoir Engineers - Structural Engineers (UK)
- Myles Shelly Photography
- Paul Doyle Garden Design - Landscape Designer
- The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI)
- Graphisoft ArchiCAD - BIM software
- BIMx - Virtual Reality Models
- Doug O'Connor Photography
- Merrion Square Interiors - Interior Design
- Fumbally Exchange - 'Making Work Together'
- Wink Lighting Design Consultants
- Fionan Clifford & Associates - Quantity Surveyors
- Kevin Hayden Photography
- Sara Cosgrove Interiors - Interior Design