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Ryanair New Office Campus Dublin, Ireland, design by Atkins, SNC-Lavalin Group: 10,700sqm, six-storey development on site next to existing head office at Airside Business Park, by Dublin Airport.
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When designing Rothco, ODOS Architects’ brief called for a new visual identity for the company’s work spaces, drawn from both their own background in multimedia and advertising, as well as the raw energy of the space they were to inhabit.
Their new Irish HQ, StayCity invited ODOS Architects to design a contemporary workspace located within an existing protected former mission hall in Dublin City Centre.
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Designed by ODOS Architects the Morehampton Mews Houses are situated on a tight laneway, these four mews houses give little away to the street of their interlocking light filled floor plates.
Renovated and updated by Architectural Farm the brief for The Stiles Road House was to insulate and refurbish the original house and enlarge and improve the rear extension.
The clients wanted a large living space for their growing family. Inspired by their friendly neighbour’s renovation completed by De Siun Architects in 2014 the couple decided to engage the same architects.
Dublin’s Tech growth leads to Modern architecture masterpieces – the Irish capital is blazing a trail on the international housing market, with movement out of the UK from an impending Brexit and houses not able to be built quickly enough to keep up.
University College Dublin and Malcolm Reading Consultants announced 7 August 2018 that Steven Holl Architects has won the Future Campus – University College Dublin International Design Competition.
Designs from the six international competition finalists displayed in online gallery: visions for an Entrance Precinct Masterplan and concept designs for a new circa €48m Centre for Creative Design
98 teams from 28 countries enter Dublin architecture competition and UCD expands shortlist from five to six teams in recognition of outstanding response from international design community.
Planning permission granted for a 560-bed hostel at 35- 36 Abbey Street Upper and Abbey Cottages, Dublin designed by HKR Architects. The 4,406 sqm scheme includes demolition of existing buildings and construction of a nine-storey tourism hostel comprising 560 beds with dining facilities, café, bar, reception area and meeting rooms.
RKD Architecture designed this new home – a modernist pavilion, re-interpreting the seaside villa. Visually distinct, utilising an eclectic mix of materials and interventions to navigate its spectacular aspect.