Hamilton Architects Marks 50 Golden Years of Iconic Design in 2022

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2022 is a big year for Hamilton Architects as we mark half a century of creating iconic designs, landmark buildings, and innovative spaces.

Over the next 12 months we will be sharing the history, highlights and headlines that have made Hamilton Architects one of the leading practices on the island of Ireland.

“It is going to be an exciting year for the practice as we commemorate our 50th anniversary with clients, stakeholders and staff,” said Paul Millar, Partner.  “We have lots of plans in the pipeline to make this a truly memorable occasion!”

Paul will be joined by fellow Partners Mark Haslett, Graeme Ogle and Michelle Canning, as well as over 35 architects and architectural technologists in anniversary activities throughout 2022.

The practice, which started out in east Belfast, has offices in Belfast’s Linen Quarter and Central London offering a full range of services including design, conservation, project management, masterplanning, BIM, energy & sustainability, and accessibility auditing. 

Recent landmark projects include Erne Campus of South West College – the world’s first educational, and currently the largest, Passive House Premium rated building; the award-winning DAERA Headquarters at Limavady; and a £65m hi-tech STEHM facility for Canterbury Christ Church University.   

“The practice was founded in 1972 by the late Alan Hamilton and has grown to its full potential over the past number of decades to boast an impressive portfolio of iconic sports, heritage, education and commercial projects,” said Paul.

“The flagship designs and innovative standout projects we have delivered confirm that we are passionate about our designs while at the same time producing architecture which understands and responds to client requirements.

“We are proud to have made a significant contribution to the built and natural environment of this island and farther afield, and we look forward to a future that promises to be even bigger and brighter than the past 50 years.”