Merritt Bucholz (born 28 June 1966) is an American architect who has set up practice in Ireland with his partner Karen McEvoy. He lectures frequently in various universities in Europe and America.
- Emilio Ambasz & Associates, 1990–92;
- Paris offices of James Stewart Polshek, Ricardo Bofill and Michel W Kagan, 1992–94;
- A&D Wejchert & Partners Architects 1995.
- Inaugural Professor of Architecture at the University of Limerick, 2005–present;
- Visiting professor at Harvard University;
- Visiting lecturer at Princeton University, Cornell University, University College Dublin, and Dublin Institute of Technology;
- External examiner at Waterford Institute of Technology.
Bucholz | McEvoy Architects
Bucholz | McEvoy Architects were set up by Merritt and his partner Karen in Dublin (1996).
- Elm Park Urban Quarter, Dublin.
- Leinster House Pavilions, Dublin
- SAP Building, Galway
- Westmeath County Council Headquarters
- City Arts Tower, Dublin
- Westmeath County Council Civic Offices
- Cork Civic Offices
- Cherry Orchard Tower
- Environmental Research Institute, UCC
- Limerick County Council Headquarters
- SAP Building, Dublin
- Welcoming Pavilions, Government Buildings, Dublin
- Fingal County Hall
- Universite Paris VII
- Denis Diderot Biology Laboratory, Paris (competition)
- Exhibita Research Project
- Mueso del Prado Extension (competition)
- Smithfield Urban Space
- Hartstonge House, Limerick
- Lottum Work + Living, Berlin, Germany.
- "The Times & The Sunday Times". Retrieved 25 June 2016.
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- "Cherry Orchard, Dublin - Building #4599". Retrieved 25 June 2016.
- Environmental Research Institute, UCC Archived 2007-11-19 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Architectural Record - Architecture news, modern architecture, design architecture and green architecture information for all building types". Retrieved 25 June 2016.
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