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Damien Hannigan

Damien studied architecture at University College Dublin and has extensive experience as a Project Architect within design practices in Dublin, Tokyo, Hong Kong and London.
Damien is currently a design fellow at University College Dublin and has been a guest critic at the University of Hong Kong (HKU), Technological University Dublin (TUD) and School of Architecture, University of Limerick (SAUL).

With his wife Joi, Damien founded 31 Chapel Lane, a clothing and homewares brand that specialises in the making of garments and accessories in house using natural Irish materials exclusively. 

Anna Cooke
BArch, MA History & Theory, ARB

Anna studied architecture at University College Dublin and has a wide range of experience working with award-winning practices in Ireland and the UK. Having worked with de Blacam and Meagher Architects in Dublin and Mole Architects in Cambridge, Anna spent a number of years working with Caruso St John Architects in London where she worked on award-winning cultural projects including the refurbishment of Tate Britain, the refurbishment and extension of Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and the refurbishment and redevelopment of Stockholm City Library.

Anna has Masters Degree in History and Theory of Architecture from The Cass, London Metropolitan University and has taught design studio and history and theory of architecture at London Metropolitan University and the University of East London. She has been a design studio tutor at TU Dublin since 2018 and a design fellow at UCD since 2019.