Vincent Coleman Architects, Ireland

Vincent Coleman Architects, Ireland Architecture Office, Building, Design, Projects

Vincent Coleman & Associates : Architecture

Contemporary Irish Architect Practice: Design Studio Info

Vincent Coleman – Key Projects

Featured Buildings, alphabetical:

Anglers’ Facility Building, Cathedral Beat, River Moy, Ballina, Ireland
Date: 2007
Vincent Coleman : Irish Architecture Awards 2007 – Best Leisure Building

Doherty Coleman Architects office, Bridge Street, Ballina, Co Mayo

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Vincent Coleman – Practice Information

Architect studio based in Ireland

Irish Architects

Coleman Architects are formerly Doherty Coleman Architects. Vincent Coleman, MRIAI Conservation Grade II. Mayo native, has been director of Doherty Coleman Architects since formation in 2000 and is Director and Principal Architect of Coleman Architects with 24 years Membership of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland. We have established a strong track record in the design, project management and delivery of complex projects across a wide range of sectors with special focus on residential, commercial, conservation, environmental and education projects. We invest time and energy in understanding our clients requirements and work closely with the project team throughout the design and delivery process to bring this to fruition. Drawing on over 24 years professional experience Coleman Architects bring clarity of vision and depth of knowledge to every undertaking.
source: http://www.colemanarchitects.ie/profile.html

Irish Buildings
Palmerston Road house
photo : Paul Tierney

Dublin Buildings
York Street Housing Dublin
photo : Philip Lauterbach

Architecture Studios

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