Architect | Dublin City
Dublin City Architect, Ali Grehan leads a multi-disciplinary team responsible for developing a broad urban design agenda including the delivery of diverse projects in relation to housing, public realm, community and cultural infrastructure. Her career has spanned private practice in Dublin, London and Bilbao, and in the Public Sector; where her particular focus has been on large-scale urban regeneration. Prior to becoming City Architect in 2008, Ali was Chief Architect with Ballymun Regeneration Ltd, then the largest public regeneration project underway in Europe. She also worked with the RPA (now TII) delivering Dublin’s first LUAS Light Rail system. Ali devised and coordinated Dublin’s bid for World Design Capital 2014, now continuing as the design promotion platform, PIVOT Dublin. She is currently undertaking a MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and Society at Dublin City University. She lives in Dublin city centre with her family.