Suzy O’Leary

Architect · Joined 2015

The meaning of a place is elusive, though critical to support strong communities. Through our architectural process we can understand and build on existing narratives to root our designs in the unique culture of each place.

Suzy joined Page\Park in 2015 after working in Dublin for two award winning practices over eight years following the completion of her university education. Suzy obtained her professional qualifications in 2012 and since then has worked as Project Architect on several public cultural projects including the multi award-winning Edinburgh Printmakers.

Within the practice, Suzy leads on projects in our Arts & Culture sector. She was the Project Architect on the Edinburgh Printmakers Capital Redevelopment Project in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, the Great Tapestry of Scotland Gallery in Galashiels and the new library and museum at Glencairn House, Dumbarton. She has a personal passion for the arts and has been involved in a number of collaborative projects with artists including the design of a large-scale sculpture entitled EPscope.

She is involved with teaching activities on behalf of the practice; running a studio in the Masters in Advanced Architectural Design programme at The University of Strathclyde.