Masters in Urban Building Conservation, 2016, UCD
MA (Hons) Architecture, 2013, University of Edinburgh
Aideen is a Part I architect with a Master’s in Urban Building Conservation. She is a conservation consultant with experience in recording, appraising and documenting Ireland’s built heritage.
Aideen studied at the University of Edinburgh and the Edinburgh College of Art (ESALA) for her undergraduate degree, and wrote her thesis on the conservation of modern architecture in Scotland, with focus on the history and conservation of St Peter’s Seminary outside Glasgow. This sparked a further interest in conservation, and after a year of working in practice, Aideen completed her Master’s in Urban Building Conservation at University College Dublin in 2016.
She was awarded the ICOMOS Rachel McCrory Award for Excellence in Conservation Research for her thesis on the history and conservation of the linen buildings and landscape in Bessbrook, Co. Armagh.
Aideen has experience in surveying and drawing, 3-D visualisations, data collection and writing reports for historic buildings. Aideen is a member of ICOMOS Ireland and is Communications Officer for SPAB Ireland.