Our project on the Clontarf Seafront, at the western end of 6 Protected Structures comprising the beautiful Warrenpoint Terrace (1847) has reached Practical Completion, having started life on the drawing-board in 2014. We have really enjoyed the journey - only landscaping and some furnishing remain to turn it into a home for our clients.
Some site photos of a residential project that we currently have under construction on Church Road in Malahide, Co. Dublin due for completion in August 2018.
Wow! Can you believe it's that time of year already?
Well if you think the last year went by quickly, it's nothing compared to how fast the bookings for the Simon Open Door will go. Bookings are now live at www.simonopendoor.ie
The initiative raised €124,000 last year, with approx €700,000 raised nationally since the initiative began. A great cause facilitated by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland and we're delighted to be involved again this year.
Book your 1 hour consultation today with a local RIAI registered Architect, in exchange for a €90 donation to the Simon Communities of Ireland. But be quick. When they're gone, they're gone!
FRIDAY MARCH 16th
We're looking foward to hosting the upcoming Irish Architecture Foundation members tours of our recently completed project on Strand Road in Sutton.
The tour will take place on Friday March 16th 2018. Click here for more information and to RSVP
We're delighted to have been awarded a special mention in this years AAI Awards for our Clontarf project “Double Pivot”.
The projects submitted will be exhibited in the RIAI and can be viewed by the public until March 9th. See the full selection here:
Thanks to the Architectural Association of Ireland.
BLOOM 2017 - SILVER MEDAL WINNERS!
We've really noticed the stretch in the evenings this week and after the recent snowfall, we're looking forward to brighter, sunnier and warmer days ahead. Which reminded us of BLOOM in the Park last year. We were grateful of some good weather during the lead up, with all the hard work that went into the build and set up. The hard work paid off though and we were awarded a Silver Medal for our garden, 'Space to Collaborate'.
Click here for more photos and information on the garden
It's that time of year again and we're delighted, once again, to have a recently completed project selected to feature in this year's Open House Dublin Programme.
(strand road, sutton, Sat 14th 11am - 2pm)
Open House is an annual celebration of the city's best architecture presented by the Irish Architecture Foundation. The event, now in it's 12th year, is free for all to attend and allows citizens and visitors to explore buildings of all types and periods when they open their doors from October 13th - 15th. With over 150 buildings, walks, talks, exhibitions and events there's something for everyone.
The theme for 2017’s event is The City as a Stage. “The buildings of Dublin are active agents in the theatre of life”, says Nathalie Weadick, IAF Director. “Through the city’s physical form and structures, this Open House Dublin programme will reveal the character of our capital city and the active citizens, who, on this stage, play their vital parts.”
One of only two properties in Sutton to feature in this year's OHD programme, the property in question, with views over Dublin Bay, has recently been extended and renovated by Brennan | Furlong Architects & Urban Planners.
Open House Dublin
Sutton, Dublin 13
Saturday 14th October - 11am - 2pm