Carson & Crushell Architects was founded by Douglas Carson and Rosaleen Crushell, both graduates of the UCD School of Architecture. Prior to establishing their own practice, they worked for a number of award winning architects including RIBA Gold Medal winner Edward Cullinan, Eric Parry, Jonathan Woolf and Patrick Lynch. The following is a selection of projects they worked on:

For their 2010 Design Directory, Wallpaper* magazine selected Carson and Crushell Architects as one of "the world's best new talents" and in 2012 they were Highly Commended in the Emerging Practice Category of the annual RIAI Awards.

Douglas has taught architecture in the UK and Ireland and is a past President of the Architectural Association of Ireland. While AAI President he created the AAI Mentoring Forum, the Maurice Craig Student Award and co-created the first Describing Architecture exhibition. He has lectured on architectural history, geometry and the work of Carson & Crushell Architects in both Ireland and the UK. He is a Studio Tutor at the School of Architecture, University College Dublin.

Rosaleen has a Masters in Urban and Building Conservation and is a founding member of Built Heritage Collective and the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Energy and Sustainability. She is a registered Conservation Architect and on the Irish Georgian Society's Traditional Building Skills Register. She has full Project Supervisor (Design Process) Accreditation.

Collaborators 2010-2014: 

Caroline Cotter, Colm Dunbar, Anna Fernandez-Ayza, Lorenzo Guzzini, Hugo Lamont, Juan Navarro, Anna Cantini