This house on Killiney Hill was designed and built on the existing footprint of an old house. We rationalised the floor plan and designed a new house to respond to the site specific environs and views over Killiney golf club and the Dublin mountains in the distance.
These houses on Summerhill Road were extensively renovated as a pair and one was extended to the rear. The new extension was set out and designed to respond to sensitive boundaries such as the neighbouring church. A contemporary approach was taken to visually split the old from the new. A brave move was made in terms of the colour pallet selection which enhances the front elevation and gives a stark separation from that of its neighbours.
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We are currently working on a range of projects at varying stages, from sketch design, to planning applications, through to on-site administration and completion.
We welcome further opportunities to engage in new projects with new clients. If you would like to discuss your project please navigate to our contact page and complete the online form.
A contemporary extension with a sedum covered flat roof and zinc roof to a protected structure in Dun Laoghaire.
This project entailed a full house renovation, ground floor and first floor extensions. The front elevation of the house was completely remodelled along with extensive landscaping of the front and back gardens.
This project entailed the delicate restoration of a protected structure in the heart of Dublin City. Number 17 Duke Street was re appropriated to house an art gallery and a wine bar at lower ground floor level.
This development consisted of 4 number 3 storey contemporary houses on an infill site in a suburban context. Each house is heated with an air to water heat pump and has a shared parking area to the front. The pallet of white render, dark window frames and zinc roofs in consistent throughout the development.
This project undertook the restoration, renovation and extension of a terraced period house in Dun Laoghaire. Our client also required a studio in which to paint and sculpt from, which we located in the back garden. This out building then created two external courtyard spaces.
Internal alterations along with minor extensions to the front and side elevations of this house in Dalkey has provided a continuity of facade facing the street. Views out over Dalkey sound and Dalkey Island are framed at first and second floor levels.
This is a small mews building nestled at the rear of a period house in Monkstown. Our brief was to carry out a full refurbishment of the building and to design an extension to house 2 artists studio spaces. In turn this created 2 external courtyard spaces. Larch cladding wrap the studio and the extension and are utilised in the large barn type rolling entrance gates.
We have a number of live projects on site at any one time, ranging from small domestic works, through to larger one off houses and small to medium sized developments.
From time to time we engage in small detail joinery works for specific projects. Such level of design can be incorporated into our architecture to enhance or compliment.
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This project on Castlepark Road entailed a full house renovation along with a ground floor extension to the rear incorporating an open plan kitchen living dining space.