Marcus Flannery Landscape Architects (MFLA) is a landscape architectural and urban design practice which was established in 2010. MFLA’s portfolio include: Re-Imagining Donegal Town, a visioning process which will provide a renewed urban design strategy for Donegal Town; A Community Action Plan for Enniscrone Town in collaboration with Ceardean and Landscape Design for the Cluid Housing Association along with Remi-Salles Landscape Architects.
Previous to forming MFLA, Marcus worked as a Senior Landscape Architect and Urban Designer at Murray O Laoire Architects. At MOLA his project portfolio included preparing the Master Plan for the South Meath Research and Technology Park (SMART PARK) at Carton Demesne and more recently a Master Plan for Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, both projects included master planning student accommodation. In addition he also master planned the Western Region
Science and Technology Park and oversaw the implementation of the landscape enabling works.
In conjunction with Remi Salles Landscape Architects and MOLA he submitted a competition design for the Richard Wagner Platz at Nurmberg which won an award.
While working full time since graduating he has developed his interest in garden design and designed and built a garden to represent Ireland at the Emo International Garden Festival in 2006.
Prior to working at MOLA he ran his own practice where he designed the Labyrinth Garden at Station Island, Lough Derg, the Famine Memorial Garden at Newmarket, the Millenium Park at Freshford and Civic Improvement works for Freshford and Mooncoin in Co. Kilkenny.
After graduating from UCD he worked as for Kilkenny County Council and subsequently the Kilkenny based planning practice, Newground.