Mark Donnelly is an Architect and Illustrator from Belfast in the North of Ireland. He studied at Queens University from 2011-2018, graduating with a degree in Architecture.
He has worked in Belfast for RMI Architects, London for Sir Terry Farrell’s and Rotterdam for Maccreanor Lavington Architects. He has also worked at Venice Biennale for both the British and Irish Pavilions. For his work, he has previously been awarded The RSUA Alan Barnes scholarship, RSUA President's medal, Sir Thomas Dixon Award, Emily Montgomery Award and the Alan Astin Award. He has been published in Perspective Magazine, Notes Magazine, The Architects Journal, Tangerine Magazine, Loszine Berlin, Kabult magazine Berlin, Turf, and Grain Magazine. He has exhibited work in Ireland, England, the Netherlands and the US.
He is interested in drawing as a form of thinking, recording and making. His work focuses on the relationship between people, culture and the built environment within the urban context.