Elizabeth Gaynor is currently working for Heneghan Peng Architects. Graduated in 2011 with a 1st Class Honours Bachelor of Architecture, from Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street.
In June 2011, Elizabeth became a member of the NAMAlab group, while also working on competition submissions for Heneghan Peng Architects; including the winning entry for the Palestinian Museum Hub.
In 2010 she was on the winning team of an International Student Architectural competition for a Library and Architecture Department for the Glasgow School of Art. The same year she was on the joint winning team of The Dublin House competition ran by Now What? in association with Dublin City Council.
She spent the previous year in New York working for Zakrezewski and Hyde Architects.
In 2008 Elizabeth was one of the two editors of the third year journal publication, Utopia-Balitore. She was also on the winning design team of the No16 Henrietta Street competition with Ryan W. Kennihan Architects that year.