Paul Tyndall Architecture + Design is a dynamic design studio combining over 20 years experience in the design of commercial interior and architectural spaces. We love to design and deliver great ideas from inception right through to completion.
At PTAD we seek to deliver creative, inspiring, fun and commercially sound architectural and interior solutions. Our philosophy is based on the ideal of good design as being the generator for successful ventures and we strive at all times to deliver to and beyond clients expectations.
We pride ourselves on our personal contact and our creative and strategic understanding means each of our projects has originality combined with appropriate and effective design solutions.
Paul graduated from South Bank University, London in 1995 and started as project architect with Patrick Rooney Associates. He joined Douglas Wallace Architects in 1998 and was responsible for the design and delivery of several high profile architectural projects in Ireland and Eastern Europe.
Since the formation of Paul Tyndall Architecture + Design in 2007, Paul has adopted a more hands-on role in developing projects from inception to completion, managing client relationships and design team functions. He has a particular interest in Conservation and relishes the challenges involved in preservation and renewal of historic buildings in Georgian Dublin, as is evidenced in much of the practices recent work.
Paul enjoys waxing lyrically upon any topic given to him and expects one day to realise that novel sitting inside his head.
Charles brings almost twenty years experience working on projects in Ireland, Europe and Africa. A firm believer in Architecture as an iterative process that should reflect Client aspirations, he combines pragmatic design sensibilities with an acute commercial awareness.
Always keen to be challenged by complex briefs on challenging sites his most notable built work straddles from the likes of the recently completed Parnells GAA Club in Dublin to The Eye Cinema, Galway (RIAI Best Commercial Building 2005).
Capturing light and the blurring of boundaries between inside and outside are recurring themes in his design work which continues to be informed by a passion for travel, food and the joys of urban living.