Jamie Doyle

Jamie Doyle

Adjunct Professor

Part-Time Faculty


Jamie Doyle has been working as an architect and teaching for over 30 years in the USA and Ireland. His father was an architect, and at an early age, Jamie became intrigued with architecture and was inspired to follow in his footsteps. Jamie believes architecture can be an art, a science and a platform for change and justice in society.


  • Housing
  • Research facilities

Research Areas

  • Development of supportive housing models for the developmentally delayed


  • Principal & Director, Solas Architecture, San Francisco


  • Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI), License for Professional Practice, 1995
  • University College Dublin, Bachelor of Architecture, 1991

Prior Experience

  • Principal & Director, Hennessy Doyle Architects, Ireland
  • Design & Technology Tutor, University College Dublin, School of Architecture
  • Design Tutor, Dublin Institute Of Technology, Dept. of Architecture
  • Design Tutor, Oxford Brookes University, Dept. of Architecture

Awards & Distinctions

  • President Mary Robinson Traveler Accommodation Competition - Ireland: Winner in the Housing Category
  • Local Authority Management Awards - Ireland - Greystones Library and Ballyporeen Social Housing granted awards
  • Millennium Clock Competition - Dublin: Second placed entry
  • Darndale Town Centre Competition - Dublin: Third placed entry

Selected Publications

  • Department of the Environment Social Housing Design Guidelines – Ireland: New Street Social Housing scheme used an illustration of exemplary design
  • House & Home - Ireland: House in the Cooley Peninsula, Co. Louth published as part of an RIAI sponsored annual review of distinctive houses