Simon Walker, B. Arch. [Hons], M.R.I.A.I.
Member of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland since 1997
Bachelor of Architecture [First Class Honours] University College Dublin 1992
Menuisier C.G.C.P. [Ville de Paris] P1/P2, 1981
Selected for exhibition, Irish Architecture Foundation, Venice Biennale, 2008
Special Mention for Regent Apartments, AAI Awards 2001
Special Mention for Cut-Out Furniture, AAI Awards 2001
Special Mention for Loft [Room Organiser / Divider], AAI Awards 1999
Selected for exhibition, Dublin Corporation Wolfe Tone Square Competition, 1998
Category Award for Housing, Rooftop Apartment, Paris, RIBA Stirling Prize 1997
People’s Choice Award, Rooftop Apartment, Paris, RIBA Stirling Prize 1997
Commended in Dublin Corporation / Harp Smithfield Architectural Competition, 1997
The Lives of Spaces, Irish Architecture Foundation, Venice Biennale, 2008
“Four under Forty”, group show of architecture, Dublin 2007
Designers’ Block group furniture show with Irish Furniture Designers Network, London 2003.
Curator, “The Power of an Idea” exhibition of architecture, Temple Bar, Dublin, 1996.
Designer, exhibitor and installation co-ordinator for U.C.D. exhibit, Venice Biennale, 1991
Collaborative work with Corban Walker, sculptor, including: “Ocular Field II” as part of the Imaginaire Irlandais festival, le Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France 1996; solo show at the Pace Wildenstein gallery, New York, 2000; permanent installation at the Crawford Gallery extension , Cork, 2001; permanent installation for the Mitsubishi Corporation at Maranouchi Building, Tokyo, 2002
Member of Connect Ethiopia, mentoring group liasing with School of Architecture, Addis Ababa, in 2008
Curatorial adviser to a show of Irish Architecture to be held in 2010 at the Foment delles Artes Decorativas in Barcelona, Spain
Development of Irish participation in Design Biennale of St.-Etienne, France
Contributing designer/presenter for three projects on the television series “Beyond the Hall Door” for RTE television 1998-2000.
1981-’82 Centre Pompidou, Paris, Centre de Creation Industrielle
1980 -'81 Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
ROSC ‘80, Dublin, assistant to Sol Lewitt