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Design: ODOS Architects
This design of a new family home, located on a tight site off a narrow laneway in Dublin City Centre, responds to its restricted context by creating a central courtyard to maximise natural light and spatial quality.
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Architects: Evolution Design
The thriving campus of Google Ireland consist of four buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district, with over 47,000 sqm of unique office space.
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Design: Aughey O’Flaherty Architects
RIBA National Award Winner 2013: the site is located in a residential area in south county Dublin with the new house replacing a 1970s bungalow which existed on the site previously.
Design: FKL Architects
Analysis of the site suggested a continuation of a linear organisation along the new street edge, extending the strategy established by the Ballymun master plan.
The concept resolved into a formal proposition that twists and bends in response to various site conditions and brief requirements, to provide a coherent and integrated response which embeds itself into the existing and emerging context.
Design: Mary Laheen Architects
The new extension is located at the street edge of the site on a busy road leading from the city centre to the west. The limited site necessitated a three- or four-storey building located towards the edge of the existing playground and therefore the provision of play space at roof level.
Design: Paul Keogh Architects
Commissioned by Dublin City Council to replace a number of derelict 1960s flat blocks with a mixed tenure social housing development comprising apartments, houses and own door duplexes. This project redefines the neglected streetscape and creates a new shared and secure garden for the residents and their children.
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Ballyroan Library Dublin, Rathfarnham Building, Ireland Ballyroan Library, Ireland : Dublin Building Irish Architectural Development – design by Box Architecture 19 Mar 2013 Ballyroan Library Dublin Design: Box Architecture Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 Design: Box Architecture – Director: Gary Mongey, Dublin, Ireland photos : Paul Tierney Ballyroan Library The library was built in the 1980’s and…
Ballyroan Parish Centre, Dublin Library, Rathfarnham Building, Ireland Ballroan Parish Centre, Ireland : Dublin Building Rathfarnham Library – design by Box Architecture 24 Oct 2012 Ballyroan Parish Centre Dublin Design: Box Architecture Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 South Dublin County Council undertook to refurbish and extend the library in Ballyroan in 2006. Part of the brief involved…