Our Team: Niall Harrington

Niall Harrington
Dip Construction Architecture


Niall has over 25 years experience in Architecture, working in both Ireland and the UK. Post his studies in Waterford in 1987 Niall worked on the conversion of a Norman Keep private residence on a 400 acre island into what is now Waterford Castle Island Resort. In 1988 Niall travelled to London and worked for 5 years with Chapman Taylor Partners working on number of high profile shopping center and office developments throughout London and the UK.

In 1998 following his return to Ireland, Niall establish his own architectural practice, HRM Architects, in 2003 Niall merged his practice with then Fewer McGinley and formed what is now Fewer Harrington and Partners, one of Irelands largest and best known Architectural practices.

Based in the South East of Ireland , the practice has expanded and currently has offices in Dublin, Warsaw and Riyadh. The practice prides itself on its quality of staff and the diverse portfolio of work it has completed and the many numbers of countries around the world they have successfully worked in and the friends made along its journey.

As the managing partner, Niall has been responsible for urban design and master planning projects in Europe and North Africa, working closely with clients on large commercial schemes, such as the new urban master plan of the Czosnow Community just outside Warsaw, Poland,  the mixed use Town Center Scheme for Banbury in the UK down and the new Artefacts Museum Campus at Lagos University, Nigeria, a flavour of the scale and diversity of International Architectural projects Niall has undertaken.

Niall's core strengths are listening to clients, understanding the commercial reality of projects and working the project from zoning, urban framework through feasibility and concept and engaging with all of the relevant stakeholders.

Niall diverse and wide range of design experience and completed projects, include domestic extensions, one off houses, mixed use, retail, commercial, leisure, education and healthcare, projects ranging from €100thousand - €40million, it is the architectural diversity and challenges of these varying projects that keeps his design grounded and ideas and invention fresh.

Niall is very much a family man with strong community ties, he has worked on numerous committees and boards in his community, working primarily with the schools, the elderly and local sporting clubs.     


Niall Harrington