Kennedy Fitzgerald Architects Ireland, Building, Belfast Design Office, Project, Studio
Kennedy Fitzgerald & Associates : Belfast Design Studio
Contemporary Irish Architect Practice Information
post updated 15 May 2021
Kennedy Fitzgerald & Associates – Key Projects
Featured Building by Kennedy Fitzgerald:
A RIBA National Award Winner 2016 – 23 Jun 2016
Omagh Arts Centre, Northern Ireland
Date built: 2007
More architecture design projects by Kennedy Fitzgerald & Associates online soon
Location: 3 Eglantine Place, Belfast BT9 6EY, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Belfast Architects Practice Information
Architect studio based in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Address: 3 Eglantine Place, Belfast BT9 6EY, Northern Ireland, UK
Phone: +44 28 9066 1632
Established in 1960, this architects practice has developed an esteemed reputation for delivering innovative design and quality buildings, many of which have been recognised by local and national awards.
The firm act as architects and lead designers on both new build and refurbished buildings for a diverse range of private and public sector clients within the UK and Ireland.
An Investors in People organisation and Royal Institute of British Architects Chartered Practice, the architecture firm currently operates with four Partners and three Associates, with a total of over 20 Chartered Architects.
source: architects office website, aboutus page
Irish Architectural Designs
Irish Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
The Source Arts Centre & Library, Thurles
Design: McCullough Mulvin architects
Irish Arts Centre
World Architects – key design offices around the globe
Rothco, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Design: ODOS Architects
photograph : Ste Murray
A new 47,000 sqft office in Smithfield. The brief required separate distinct open plans of zones for diverse functions within the company and also included social areas, break-out spaces and an all-hands event space, all located within the ground of an existing building.
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