Works

WORKS - One off housing

PQ

Patchwork Quil

The site is located in north County Cork about 5 miles west of Mallow in rich farm land know as the Golden Vale. The extensive cultivation has helped characterise the landscape as “Rolling Patchwork Farmland”, that is to say that when viewed from above the landscape looks like a patchwork quilt. Instead of patches of fabric the landscape is made up of patches of grassy fields of various sizes and shades of green depending on the crops and level of grazing

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Passive Solar Architect Design Tipperary

Historical Fusion

The site is located on an old Estate farm where the client was born and grew up. The House and Estate are typical of estate farms in the midlands, in that the house surround by outbuildings and walled gardens where a large amount of local stone is used. Surrounding the homestead and in various other location around the estate clusters and small woods of deciduous trees are found.

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Timber Frame South Architect

Geomorphological House

The design is generated from an analysis of the surrounding landscape. The site is located in the heart of an area with many lakes which are the result of retreating glaciers giving rise to drumlin fields. Essentially this area is lowlands with a large number of lakes and hills and conceptually the house is a condensed form of this landscape.

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WORKS - Residential

Tree Groove

The concept for this project revolves around the clients affection for the site; a grove of trees on the family farm where he grew up. This cluster of trees on a rocky outcrop of ground was where he spent many a summer’s afternoon, and the client requested that it be incorporated into the design of the proposed dwelling.

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Barrel Form

This project is the renovation and extension of an existing cottage that had been upgraded about 10 years ago. The brief called for 2 extra bedrooms and general improvements to the existing house.

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Green View

This project is for an infill house in an established housing estate in Dublin City. Infill houses have long been recognised as a successful approach to sustainable development, because they utilize existing services and increase the population’s critical mass to improve existing infrastructure.

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Layered Living

This project is part of the Eco Village in Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary. The Eco Village is not just a low energy housing development; it is about creating sustainable communities and helping Ireland find solutions to meet its Kyoto CO2 reduction commitments.

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Architect Sligo Eco Stone

Rural Extension

This project is driven by the desire of the owners to escape from intense urban stress of a modern city. The building is an extension to their existing holiday house. The design of the extension therefore became an embodiment of the polar opposite elements of living in a city; space, horizon, light, vegetation

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Eco Architect Dublin Extension

Suburban Intensity

Like many families living in Dublin the client had bought a small starter house intending to move to a larger house as the family grew. And like many families in Dublin, the clients have found the cost of purchasing a larger house in the area where they now are happy to live, prohibitorily expensive.

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Timber Frame South Architect

Geomorphological House

The design is generated from an analysis of the surrounding landscape. The site is located in the heart of an area with many lakes which are the result of retreating glaciers giving rise to drumlin fields. Essentially this area is lowlands with a large number of lakes and hills and conceptually the house is a condensed form of this landscape.

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PQ

Patchwork Quil

The site is located in north County Cork about 5 miles west of Mallow in rich farm land know as the Golden Vale. The extensive cultivation has helped characterise the landscape as “Rolling Patchwork Farmland”, that is to say that when viewed from above the landscape looks like a patchwork quilt. Instead of patches of fabric the landscape is made up of patches of grassy fields of various sizes and shades of green depending on the crops and level of grazing

READ MORE

Passive Solar Architect Design Tipperary

Historical Fusion

The site is located on an old Estate farm where the client was born and grew up. The House and Estate are typical of estate farms in the midlands, in that the house surround by outbuildings and walled gardens where a large amount of local stone is used. Surrounding the homestead and in various other location around the estate clusters and small woods of deciduous trees are found.

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WORKS - Extension and Renovation

Barrel Form

This project is the renovation and extension of an existing cottage that had been upgraded about 10 years ago. The brief called for 2 extra bedrooms and general improvements to the existing house.

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Architect Sligo Eco Stone

Rural Extension

This project is driven by the desire of the owners to escape from intense urban stress of a modern city. The building is an extension to their existing holiday house. The design of the extension therefore became an embodiment of the polar opposite elements of living in a city; space, horizon, light, vegetation

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WORKS - Commercial

Layered Living

This project is part of the Eco Village in Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary. The Eco Village is not just a low energy housing development; it is about creating sustainable communities and helping Ireland find solutions to meet its Kyoto CO2 reduction commitments.

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Suburban Rejuvenation

The project is for the division of an existing premises into two separate units. The majority of the work for this phase of the project is the refurbishment of the paved area in front of the building.

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