Neil Mathews

BA(Hons) Dip.Arch M.Arch RIBA RSUA RIAS

Neil’s Practice was established in 2006 after working in London for 9 years since finishing at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow in 1997. The practice is based in Belfast but delivers projects in several jurisdictions including Southern Ireland, Scotland, London and farther afield in France.

The work of the practice is not tethered by one particular style or another, but everything we do, is designed specifically for each individual project and client. Be it an individual house, restaurant, hotel, bar, nightclub or indeed one of our industrial projects, our service is always one of a high standard.


RSUA Awards – Commendation 2014 Sea Park Road

27 Talbot Street 2009

Go Belfast Awards | Best Restaurant in Northern Ireland 2008 and 2009

2009 FATE Awards | Best Restaurant in Northern Ireland

Magners Light Style Awards Short List | Most Stylish Restaurant in Northern Ireland


2014, May/June, Perspective Magazine | pp27

2014, Summer 14, Living Design | pp 12 | pp 40-44

2014, Architects Journal | small projects

2013, Architects Journal | small projects

2012, Architects’ Journal Online, Lancaster Gate Underground Station Façade

2010, Jan/Feb, Perspective Magazine | pp54-55
(Feature, Talk Back)

2009, Sep/Oct, Perspective Magazine | pp80-83
(27 Talbot Street)

2004, May, Building Design | Royal Lancaster Hotel
(Eric Parry Architects)

2003, March, Architecture Today | 30 Finsbury Square
(Eric Parry Architects)

Selected works featured

2011, Eric Parry Architects Volume 2
(Eric Parry Architects)

2006, Cool Pools and Hot Tubs, Vinny Lee | pp30-31
(Paxton Locher Architects)

2002, Eric Parry Architects Volume 1
(Eric Parry Architects)


2012, Jul/Aug, Perspective Magazine | pp74-75
(book review, Jonathan Woolf Architects)

2012, May/June, Perspective Magazine | pp66-67
(book review, Valerio Olgiati)

2012, Jan/Feb, Perspective Magazine | pp42-44
(travelogue, La Tourette)

2011, Architecture 11, RIBA Buildings of the Year
(as Jury Chair for North East Region)