Practice

Scott Tallon Walker create ever evolving spaces with a simplicity and consistency to their design.

We have an award-winning track record not just of excellence in architecture, but of creating efficient, fit for purpose buildings that are highly valued by their users.

We begin each project seeking innovation and the potential for adding value.

By understanding what good building design can bring to a site, what image it can create for its owners, how it can be flexible and set an example for innovation, we can then create a great place with which to engage.

People

Our ability to deliver excellent, client focused services is dependent on the calibre and commitment of our staff.

Our large, talented, multi-disciplinary team is driven to innovate and perfect our craft, incorporating advanced, sustainable solutions as an integrated part of our overall design strategy.

Recent Awards

RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture, 10 commendations from the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, 4 Gold Medals and 2 medals for housing.

The origins of Scott Tallon Walker date back to 1928 when Michael Scott founded the original architectural practice with Norman D Good. During this period the firm developed a sterling reputation for its excellent design approach to healthcare, major projects at the time included Tullamore Hospital and St. Ultan’s Hospital. The Pavilion Building (1939) was also designed by the firm during this period for the World's Fair in New York.

The Heritage of Scott Tallon Walker  

At Scott Tallon Walker, we have always recognised those that contributed to our success.


Since 1928, people from all corners of the world, have found a creative home at 19 & 20 Merrion Square, Dublin and in our London, Galway and Cork offices. Working and designing, side by side, in the pursuit of architectural excellence, has forged many lifelong friendships. We acknowledge each and every one of the diverse alumni who contributed to our body of work.

Alumni List  

Scott Tallon Walker Architects have been synonymous with best practice and progressive design.

In order to maintain this position, it is vital that policies and systems to support those policies are in place that allows staff to achieve the high standards expected of modern and sustainable building design.