QBB Architects are about creating great, functional, beautiful architecture that works for our clients and all building users.

Who are we?

QBB Architects is a long-standing and well established practice based in the Portobello area of Dublin City. 

With over 40 years of experience, offering a range of consultancy services in Architecture and Planning, the practice is managed by Cormac Buggy.  Cormac has undertaken an extensive range of projects both in Ireland and overseas, and he has served on the RIAI Examinations Board for 8 years. 

QBB Architects are proud to have a talented, knowledgeable and motivated team of architectural and administrative staff.  We also like to have fun now and again!

What do we believe?

We care about our clients, and we work hard to make sure that the buildings we design suit their requirements.

We like to listen to our clients.

We like to find solutions.

What work do we do?

We have undertaken a wide range of projects in the education, conservation, commercial, residential and leisure markets.

How do we work?

We have always given our clients’ needs the very highest level of priority from the smallest to the more ambitious of projects.

  • We are pragmatic:  We design buildings that suit our clients’ requirements and future needs.  We like to talk with our clients about the future maintenance and running costs of their buildings;
  • We are trustworthy and experienced:  Our firm has been in practice for more than 40 years.  We have worked with a large number of clients over these years on multiple building projects;
  • We are progressive:  Buildings need to adapt in response to a changing world.  We help to make this happen. Whilst we have regard for the past, we also look to the future in how we carry out projects, always seeking new and better ways of working.
  • We are knowledgeable:  We promote continuous professional development (CPD).  All staff are encouraged to attend regular courses and seminars to keep up to date with new legislation, building regulations, changing construction methods and materials and developments in technology.