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Grangegorman Master Plan in Dublin, Ireland by Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Article source: Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

The Grangegorman Master Plan represents the largest higher-education campus development ever undertaken in the history of the state of Ireland, creating a vibrant new Urban Quarter for Dublin’s north inner city.

Image Courtesy Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

  • Architects: Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners; DMOD Architects
  • Project: Grangegorman Master Plan
  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Owner: Dublin Institute of Technology
  • Conservation: Shaffrey Associates
  • Engineer: ARUP
  • Environmental Sustainability: Battle McCarthy Consulting Engineers
  • Landscape Architect: Lützow 7
  • Photography: Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners


Brick Thickness in Dublin, Ireland by A2 Architects

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Article source: A2 Architects

The introduction of the Luas light rail service along the old Harcourt Street railway line in Dublin, Ireland has resulted in a blurring of private and public space for houses backing onto the railway; a reversal occurs resulting in the rear of these houses being presented as a new front.

Front View

  • Architects: A2 Architects
  • Project: Brick Thickness
  • Location: Dublin, Ireland


Kilmeena Village in Moyna, Ireland by Cox Power Architects

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Article source: Cox Power Architects

The site is located in the centre of Kilmeena Parish- a large geographical area spreading over many townlands between Westport and Newport County Mayo. The site is in close proximity to the local church, primary school, football pitch, golf course and local aquaculture industries. The client for the project was Mayo County Council and the brief was for a new community centre together with 14 new houses and a child care facility.

Context (Image Courtesy Michael McLaughlin)

  • Architects: Cox Power Architects
  • Project: Kilmeena Village
  • Location: Moyna, Kilmeena, Westport, County Mayo, Ireland
  • Client: Mayo County Council
  • Project size: 1,180 square metres
  • Architect Team: John Cox, Sal Gallagher, Paul Janas, David Power, Finola Reilly, Martin Rybar
  • Photo Credits: Michael McLaughlin, McLaughlin Studios
  • Award Winner: 2011 RIAI Awards “Best Housing”
  • Published – 2009 RIAI/DOEHLG “The New Housing 2 “Building Better Communities”
  • Selected for Exhibit – 2007 RIAI/DOEHLG Housing Exhibition “Housing in Context”
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Moire Moire Moire : : 3 mews Houses in Dublin, Ireland by ODOS architects

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Article source: ODOS architects

The site for these three mews dwellings is located on an industrial lane way in Dublin 8, previously devoid of domestic life. This industrial setting was instrumental in informing the architectural language of these dwellings. From the outside, the three dwellings appear as a mysterious, robust and impenetrable mass. The cantilevered upper section is a composition of powder coated metal industrial flooring planks arranged in a structural steel frame. These voile like planks have been laid out in varying widths to create a rhythm to the street elevation and have been periodically doubled in depth creating a moiré or interference pattern.

Front View

  • Architect: ODOS architects
  • Name of Project: Moire Moire Moire : : 3 mews Houses
  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Internal Floor Area: 190 sqm (per dwelling unit)
  • Type: 3 No. Mews Development
  • Design: 2006
  • Completion: 2010
  • Engineers: Cora


Enignum Furniture by Joseph Walsh Studio

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Article source: Joseph Walsh Studio

We are pleased to announce the upcoming solo exhibition of the Irish designer Joseph Walsh, presenting new works in the Formations & Layering concept. This will be the first occasion for the public to see together a large body of recent work in the Enignum, Erosion and Equinox series, created in the past year.

Enignum Table I - Photo by Andrew Bradley

  • Architects: Joseph Walsh Studio
  • Project: Enignum Furniture
  • Location: County Cork, Ireland
  • Photographs: Andrew Bradley


All-Weather House in Mullingar, Ireland by ROEWU Architecture

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Article source: ROEWU Architecture

ROEWUarchitecture based in London, UK have recently completed a single family home for a retired couple in Ireland. Following the design philosophy developed by the office it was essential to consider all the natural factors impacting the building including wind, rain and sunlight. Instead of treating the building as a defensive shelter, the weather conditions of each season are embraced. A folded organic coat made up entirely of cedar shingles wraps every surface of the building (roof and walls) without interruption. This consistent, arrayed material changes with the climate –glowing and fading with the durations of the weather and the seasons. On wet days it is a bright red colour fading to a soft grey when dry. In frost the individual shingles become outlined in white while in sunshine the folds of the surface become accentuated. The buildup of the surface form multiple individual pieces gives these transformations a pixelated appearance –a kind of digital organic effect.

Image Courtesy Roewu Architecture

  • Architects: ROEWU Architecture
  • Project: All-Weather House
  • Location: Mullingar, Ireland
  • Project Name: All-Weather House
  • Location: Mullingar, Ireland
  • Construction: Apr 2009-Jan 2010
  • Area: 160 M2
  • Cost: €292,000
  • Client: Confidential
  • Structural Engineer: Frank Abbott Engineers
  • General Contractor: Balinamill Construction Ltd.
  • Cloud Installation: Tiernan Roe Fine Woodworking


Formwork Studio in Dublin, Ireland by Architecture Republic

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

Article source: Architecture Republic

The client, John Graham, an artist based in Dublin, required a new studio space at the end of his garden. Due to the format of his work he needed to be able to lay it out and observe from a height. This was the premise from which the design emerged.

Exterior View


Sub Urban Sub Version in Dublin, Ireland by Box Urban architects

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Article source: Box Urban architects

client’s requirement

The client asked  box urban architects to provide spacious accommodation for a growing family by extension to a house. Examination of the existing condition in conjunction with the brief indicated that replacing the house would be a more sustainable option.The design brief was to subvert the existing typically suburban spatial condition, to provide for a building of architectural quality informed by its context and provide flexible accommodation for a large family. The design intent was to accommodate best practice in lifetime design to promote physical, economic and social sustainability in a resilient built form with a robust spatial hierarchy.

Front View (Images Courtesy Paul Tierney)

  • Architect: Box Urban architects
  • Name of Project: Sub Urban Sub Version
  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Structural engineering: Lohan and Donnelly
  • Quantity surveyors: Flynn McNally MCKale Partnership
  • Planning consultants: Reid associates
  • Project area: 3,670 sqf
  • Photographs: Paul Tierney


National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland by 3XN Architect

Friday, May 20th, 2011

3XNs proposal for the Dublin National Concert Hall is a sculptural showcase which creates a magnificent new home for music, while also providing a framework for the historical context upon which the new concert hall sits. The new building provides a zone where the urban and park settings come together expressing their own symphony in addition to the music coming from within.

National Concert Hall

  • Architects: 3XN Architect
  • Project: National Concert Hall
  • Location: Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin
  • Client: National Development Finance Agency (NDFA)
  • Size: 28,232 m2


Siansa National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland by Henning Larsen Architects

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Article source: Henning Larsen Architects
More projects by Henning Larsen Architects

Siansa National Concert Hall was a finalist in the invited PPP competition in Dublin, Ireland. A national concert hall should offer more than simply an iconic building or a concert hall with excellent acoustic qualities. It should fill a role in society and have the affection of its citizens.

Siansa National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland, designed by Henning Larsen Architects. View from the Iveagh Gardens.

  • Architects: Henning Larsen Architects
  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Client: Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism (DAST) and the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA), Ireland
  • Gross floor area: 25,600 m2
  • Year of design: 2009 – 2010
  • Type of assignment: Finalist in invited, international PPP competition
  • Local architects: RKD Architects
  • Consortium: Macquarie Capital Group Ltd., John Sisk & Son Ltd. and E. Pihl & Son A/S
  • Acoustics: Arup Acoustics
  • Theatre Consultants: Carr & Angier
  • Engineers: Arup and Rambøll Whitbybird


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