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Carr Cotter & Naessens Architects
Contemporary Irish Architects Practice: Cork Design Studio Information, Ireland
post updated 5 Jan 2021 & 19 Aug 2016
Carr Cotter & Naessens – Key Projects
Key Buildings by this architecture practice, alphabetical:
15 Henry Street, Limerick, Ireland
Date built: 2007
Irish Architecture Awards 2007 – Best Commercial Building
More architecture projects online soon
Location: 32 South Terrace, Cork, Ireland, north western Europe
Cork Architects Practice Information
Architect office based in Cork, southwest Ireland
Carr Cotter Naessens Architects are an architecture and design studio based in Cork since 2001. The work of this Irish architecture practice encompasses diverse briefs, scales and locations: from rural houses to urban masterplans, all are underpinned by a common design philosophy that is enquiring and rigorous.
Their approach is consistent regardless of the size of project: a clear design strategy based on understanding of the site and cultural, functional and technical performance required and rigorous implementation of this strategy through to the fine detail. Their compact close-knit team provides professional service from inception to completion. Sustainability underpins their work and we believe that passive energy solutions should be seamlessly and holistically integrated into design solutions.
Projects in Cork city include an integrated masterplan and conservation study of the historic South Presentation Convent in Douglas Street, Cork. Leading a multi-disciplinary team, they prepared a conservation plan and development proposals for this significant historic site. The first constructed phase of this project, the repair and restoration of the chapel building fabric was completed in 2011.
The architecture practice has proven expertise in mixed-use developments in urban locations. They have completed a number of projects that have contributed to the regeneration of Limerick city: Howleys Quay, Bishopsgate and the Grainstore, No 17 Henry Street, which received the RIAI Award 2007 for best commercial building.
Cork Courthouse, Cork, Ireland:
photo Created by Kglavin Feb 2005, courtesy of wikimedia commons
Irish Architectural Designs
Irish Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
Cherrywood Village Masterplan South Dublin Landscape Strategy, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, South Dublin, Ireland
Design: Grant Associates with Fletcher Priest Architects
image Courtesy architecture office
Cherrywood Village Masterplan South Dublin
Grant Associates is working with Fletcher Priest Architects to design the masterplan for a new community in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, South Dublin for developer Quintain Ireland Ltd.
Another contemporary building in Cork on e-architect:
Beaufort Maritime and Energy Research Laboratory, Ringaskiddy, Cork, Ireland
Design: McCullough Mulvin Architects
photo © Christian Richters
Beaufort Maritime and Energy Research Laboratory in Cork
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