Caulfield Wright Architects was established in Dublin in 2015 by architects and urban designers, Hilary Caulfield Wright and David Wright, with the amalgamation of their individual practices.
With a busy studio located in Clontarf in Dublin City, we are a strong multidisciplinary team of highly skilled and talented professionals in architecture, urban design, lighting, digital content and visual communication.
We believe that our intelligent design process, with a focus on quality materials and bespoke detailing results in unique and distinctive building projects.
We develop strong working relationships with our clients and enjoy working on a collaborative basis with both clients and design teams. We are committed to long term outcomes and enduring quality in the design and construction process; this contributes to the longevity of our relationships and of our reputation.
We are are currently running projects in the education, healthcare, technology and private sectors. Current projects include a new HQ for an indigenous IT company, office and clinic projects for a genetics research company and a significant new build residential project in conjunction with Jamie Fobert Architects.
Award Winning Practice
Caulfield Wright Architects were winners of two awards in 2019 for the design of a new clinic for Genuity Science at the Trinity Biosciences Building in Dublin. The company won under the category (€250K-€1m) at the Expo Interior Architecture & Design Awards 2019 and for the Healthcare Category of the 2019 Fit Out Awards.
Hilary Caulfield Wright
Dip. Arch., B.Sc. (Arch.), MRIAI
Hilary was co-owner of McClean Architects between 2000 and 2010, where she was project director for various medium and large scale commercial and residential projects. Between 2010 and 2015 Caulfield Wright worked on private projects including nursing homes and schools and gave specialist services in respect of distressed property resolution and commercial portfolio regularisation.
Dip. Arch. Tech., Dip Arch, B.A. (Hons.), Dip. Urban Design, MRIAI
David is qualified in Architecture, Architectural Technology and Urban Design. His experience includes large scale commercial practice, most notably leading the Clongriffin New Town Project between 2002-2007. David was a studio tutor in Architectural Technology, School of Architecture, Bolton Street from 2009 to 2015 and is RIAI accredited in Conservation and Environmental Design.
Caulfield Wright Architects is registered with the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland and holds accreditations in Conservation (Grade III), Health and Safety (PSDP) and Environmental Design.
We are qualified to act as Assigned Certifiers under the Building Control (Amendment Regulations). We offer specialist consultancy including Project Management, Lighting Design, Interior Design, Conservation & Restoration, Environmental Design and Urban Design.