Since 1928 the firm of Scott Tallon Walker Architects has been a unique landmark in the Irish architectural landscape. Entrusted with important projects commissioned by both public institutions and large private companies, our objective is, and always has been, to produce well-designed buildings of a consistent high quality.
The firm's design philosophy is to employ the most appropriate materials and contemporary construction methods, to create beautiful buildings that incorporate a balanced resolution between functionality and aesthetics.
We work on some of the largest, most complex, technical projects and also some very small ones. We design hospitals; office buildings; monuments; houses; stadia; laboratories; showrooms; conservation projects; churches; tv and media centres; educational buildings, and specialist buildings such as air traffic control towers. The same level of rigour and precision is applied to the full range of challenges within these diverse projects.
We see our role as civic problem-solvers – able to understand the bigger picture of urban design, the social context of the built environment, and the important role that buildings will play in the biggest challenge of the 21st century – tackling climate change and reducing energy usage.
Our passionate interest in the visual arts has ensured that we are Irelands prominent advisers on art in the built environment.
We attach great importance on the creativity and craft of architecture and perceive it as our role to protect, nurture and develop this for future generations.