Carson & Crushell Architects


Douglas Carson and Rosaleen Crushell formed an alliance in 2003 to organise Carson & Crushell Architects, a practice that designs buildings, furniture, landscape and interior design. The duo are experienced, having worked for a range of award-winning architects like Eric Parry and Edward Cullinan, who is a RIBA Gold Medal winner. The practice is fluent in BIM and Passivhaus projects. It was recognised as one of the world’s best new talents by Wallpaper magazine and a recipient of a Special Mention in the Architectural Association of Ireland Awards in 2010. The founders are experienced, multi-talented individuals that are involved in various activities in the sphere of Architecture aside from running the practice. Douglas Carson was the President of the Architectural Association of Ireland in 2010 where he organised the Maurice Craig Student Award, the Mentoring Forum and co-founded the Describing Architecture exhibition. He is currently a tutor and lecturer at the University College Dublin’s School of Architecture. With a Masters in Urban and Building Conservation, Rosaleen Crushell became a registered Conservation Architect and is currently on the Irish Georgian Society’s Traditional Building Skills Register.