Eoghan O Shea is an architect and educator. He teaches at SAUL and is consistently involved in research into universal design/inclusive design practice. He is currently researching a CPD programme in universal design on behalf of the NDA/RIAI in conjunction with SAUL and the IDeA Center, University of Buffalo.
Eoghan studied architecture at UCD and completed his PhD at Trinity which examined universal design evaluation methodologies. He has previously worked at a number of architecture offices including Grafton Architects, Bucholz McEvoy, ODOS and Shay Cleary Architects. He has also practised in New Zealand and Hong Kong.
Eoghan is a founding partner of MCOS Architects. MCOS was established in 2011 based on principles of inclusion and sutainability, and is committed to thoughtful design and research.