Romy Kanitz

Architect / Accredited in Conservation Grade 3

Romy Kanitz joined Bluett & O’Donoghue Architects in 2016. She has conservation experience with projects ranging from church restorations to community centre conservation projects to office and residential refurbishments. Her special interests include : building conservation, traditional building skills, the built environment for the elderly and for communal activities.

 

Special Interest

  • Building conservation.
  • Traditional building skills.
  • Built environment for the elderly.
  • Built environment for communal activities.


Romy Kanitz
MRIAI, Architect Accredited in Conservation Grade 3, Dipl.-Ing. Civil Engineer Architecture


Professional Qualifications

  • Dipl.-Ing. Civil Engineering, Architecture (2003)
  • RIAI Professional Exam Part 3 (2008)
  • RIAI Conservation Course Grade III (2011)
  • Business Mediator (2014)

 

Participation in Professional Bodies

Administration Building Limes Forum of Ireland 2009 – 2012


A sample of Romy’s projects include

  • The Quinquennial restoration programme for St. Kevin’s Church, Dublin 8.
  • The Court House Mullingar project.
  • €11m Knockbeg College project at Carlow, with Michael O’Boyle.
  • Upgrade of apartments at Killarney Street, Dublin 1.
  • Refurbishment works on Cavan Town Hall.
  • Killarney Street, Dublin 1; Planning application and tender process for refurbishment and upgrade of existing 3 no. bedsits to high standard single bedroom units.
  • Private Residence, Dublin 6, Ireland – Conservation + Extension.
  • Community Centre, Olbernhau, Germany – Conservation + Extension.
  • National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland – Conservation + Extension.
  • “Brandeaux House”, Dublin 2, Ireland – office fit-out and muse conservation.