PJ Carroll’s Factory Dundalk, Ireland Tobacco Company Building, Scott Tallon Walker Architecture

PJ Carroll’s Factory Dundalk Building

Dundalk Architecture, Tobacco Company offices in Co. Louth, Ireland – design by Scott Tallon Walker Architects

2 Jul 2012

PJ Carroll’s Factory Dundalk

Design: Scott Tallon Walker Architects

Location: Dundalk, County Louth, Republic of Ireland

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PJ Carroll’s Factory, Ireland

It is not often that a firm gets a chance do a makeover of one of their masterpieces.

The major design decision taken was to organise the PJ Carroll’s offices around three atria. This required three 20×20 metre bays to be jacked up by a metre to create two storey accommodation.

This is a project that has rescued an important example of mid-century modernism and answers questions about how best and most economically we can re-use under-performing and outmoded structures, rather than building from scratch.

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photos : Paul Tierney

PJ Carroll’s Factory was a RIBA Awards winner in 2012.

This Irish tobacco company was Founded in Dundalk, Co. Louth in 1824.

The firm ceased its Dundalk operations in 2008.

P.J. Carroll became part of the Rothmans group in 1990 and eight years later Rothmans merged with British American Tobacco (BAT).

PJ Carroll’s Factory – Building Information

Architecture Practice: Scott Tallon Walker Architects
Client: Mr Conor Lait

Photographs: Paul Tierney

PJ Carroll’s Factory images / information from RIBA

Scott Tallon Walker Architects, Dublin, Ireland

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