Morgan Flynn established agletarchitecture in 2004. Before this, he had worked in a number of practices, including de Blacam and Meagher, where he spent 5 years working as project architect on the CIT Student Centre building.agletarchitecture has worked on a wide variety of projects at various scales including historic buildings, residential, commercial, leisure, educational and amenity projects. The practice brings the innovation of the design process to bear on the knotty problems that our clients bring us, seeing opportunities and identifying untapped potential - the best value for clients is delivered by a full understanding of all parts of the building procurement systems - design, construction make up and, not least, the planning and building regulatory frameworks.
AS well as his practice work, Morgan Flynn has being teaching in School of Architecture University of Limerick since 2008. As well as teaching, he is pursuing a number of interests through research, including the historic fabric of Limerick city, at both the micro scale (coal hole covers, boot scrapers) and the macro scale. He also has being exploring how architecture is taught and how the attributes and techniques of the design studio can be used to teach and learn in other disciplines. His current focus is on the meaning and manifestations of the Irish landscape and the role of architecture in this. He lives and works in the South Liberties of Limerick City.
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