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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Major works to visit include the Co-living Development, Dun Laoghaire by HKR Architects. The property is the first purpose designed co-living development in Ireland, delivered for Niche Living.
Located on Eblana Avenue it has 204 fully-serviced studios benefitting from a broad range of on-site facilities. It helps create a new community in the established town centre.
Also worth noting is Wilton Park is by international design practice Hassell, alongside fellow international design and placemaking firms, PRD and Gehl. It is for Ireland’s leading property company IPUT to lead ground-breaking five-year research study ‘Making Impact’.
Finally, take a look at The landmark EXO building by Shay Cleary Architects. It is the tallest commercial office building in Ireland.
This unique engineering project features a distinctive and innovative external exo-skeleton which forms the main structure. It forms a predominantly column free floor plate and referencing the iconic blue gantries of the docklands.
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.