Emmett Scanlon established CAST architecture with Sarah Cremin in 2006.
Emmett joined Grafton Architects in 1997, and was Project Director there from 2003-2006. Emmett worked on a variety of projects including the Solstice Meath Arts Centre, offices in Dublin City University, the North Kildare Educate Together School, new offices at Merrion Row, Dublin and Housing and Offices in Bjorvika, Oslo, Norway. He was part of the competition winning team for the new faculty building for Universita Luigi Bocconi, Milan, Italy, which won the inaugural World Building of the Year Award in 2008.
Since establishing CASTarchitecture, Emmett has worked closely with public and private clients to make real their dreams and ambitions across a variety of projects and scales of work. Emmett has over 15 years experience in construction and is skilled at working with clients, collaborators and contractors, often within restricted budgets and timeframes.
In 2006, Emmett was appointed Architectural Adviser to the Arts Council. Emmett was reappointed in 2011 following an open tender.
Emmett is, with Sarah Cremin, the Irish correspondent for A10, the journal for New European Architecture, and a regular contributor to national and international magazines and journals.
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