The RIBA has announced Paul Keogh as one of
15 new Fellow Members recognising his significant contribution to the
profession. The announcement can be found here and the full citation is
"Paul Keogh is an award-winning architect and co-founder of PKA with Rachel Chidlow. His practice has received numerous accolades in urban design, housing, education, civic, and domestic architecture. This includes the 2001 Union of International Architects Abercrombie Medal for the regeneration of Dublin’s Temple Bar in association withGroup 91 Architects.
He has also helped shape future generations of architects. First as studio lecturer at University College Dublin between 1980 and 1996, and then as a tutor at the Mackintosh School of Architecture from 1993 to 2002. Paul has also produced a number of writings and publications including the Government guidelines – Shaping the Future: Case Studies in Adaption and Reuse in Historic Urban Places. Paul has been a member of the council of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland since 2004. As president during the 2010-2012 term, he oversaw the launch of the RIAI Annual Review which showcases the world-class quality of contemporary Irish Architecture.
PKA’s current projects include social housing and urban regeneration projects in Dublin and Limerick, as well as the remodelling of Dublin’s College Green Civic Plaza – in association with Dixon Jones Architects."