McNally Morris Architects

The practice was formed by Hugh McNally and Dominic Morris in 2005. We specialise in residential architecture and one of our projects (House at Randalstown) reached the semi-finals of BBC Northern Ireland's House of the Year 2009 competition. Our interest in the conservation of architectural heritage and sustainability in architecture also informs our work which has been featured in a number of press publications. Our desire to make a positive contribution to contemporary society drives our work. We strive to meet our social responsibility as designers of places for occupation by people and to this end we continually seek to expand our knowledge base and the depth of our expertise. Dominic has developed special interests in sustainability and conservation of historic buildings. He is a qualified conservation architect and holds a diploma in Conservation and sits on the RSUA's Sustainability Committee.