Dr Andrew Molloy
Andrew is an Architect based in Belfast working at Alastair Coey Architects, a specialist conservation practice. He obtained his undergraduate degree in architecture (BA hons) in 2008 and a Masters of Architecture (MArch) in 2012, both from Ulster University. He is a regular tour guide for PLACE.
In 2018 Andrew was awarded a doctorate, over the course of which he developed a mixed methodology for interrogating the nature of urban identity for architects, planners, legislators and concerned citizens. Using his home city of Belfast as a testing ground, Andrew uncovered a narrative relating to the planning and development of city.
This website was established to present portions of this work and make it accessible to anyone who might find it enlightening or useful. Andrew's ongoing work with the NI Rats is presented here, as well as information on his current research project. If you want to know more about Andrew's work please feel free to contact him on Twitter or Instagram, or send an email.