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Sligo Architecture : Ballytivnan Building

Contemporary Building in West Ireland – design by Sutherland Hussey Architects

29 Jan 2008

Sligo Building

Client: private developer

Location: Sligo, Ballytivnan, Republic of Ireland

Design: Sutherland Hussey Architects in association with Murray Ó Laoire Architects

Value: €40m

Sligo Hotel

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Mixed-use development:

90-bed three star hotel with a large function suite, restaurant, bar & fitness club
35-bed four-star hotel suites
69 dwellings above street-level retail; crèche, kindergarten

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Sligo Hotel images / information from Sutherland Hussey Architects

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Sligo Building : Sutherland Hussey Architects, based in Edinburgh, South East Scotland. The architecture studio “has a collaborative and open atmosphere which enables extensive input from all team members, with our carefully chosen consultants and, of course, with our clients. This is where we explore and investigate ideas, generated through the conversations and research which are fundamental to our practice,” according to SHHA.

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