Goodwin Architects
•Registered members of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI)
•Assigned Certifiers under the Building Control Architects
•Construction Project Managers.
•Accredited at Grade 3 in Conservation of historic buildings.
•Broad range of experience of building types
•Client focussed service and design

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Conservation, Building Design, Custom Build Homes, Home Renovation, House Extensions, House Restoration, New Home Construction, Project Management, Space Planning, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Sutton

Certifications and Awards
B.Sc.Arch.St., B.Arch. (UCD), Diploma in Project Management (TCD), Accredited in Conservation (RIAI), Member of the RIAI, Registered Architect, Assigned Certifier
Contact: Alistair Goodwin
Location: Sutton Park
Sutton
Ireland
Professional Information:
Registered Architect, RIAI member, Dip. Project Management, RIAI Accredited in Conservation
Typical Job Costs: EUR 0 - EUR 1,000,000
Commented: Advice on House Exterior Hi, I think that you could give this house a smart contemporary look with the grey windows that you suggested. I would break each window up into two or three panels though, this would give each panel ...
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Commented: Windows Hi Lorraine, The windows & external doors are triple glazed aluclad and were supplied by Rationel. I also find the Velfac Windows & doors supplied by Teroco in Dublin 12 to be excellent. Be...
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Commented: This is lovely, how long did the remodel take to complete? This project had a 4 month construction period. It entailed building the new sunroom shown in the photo as well as a new front porch, a complete remodelling and thermal upgrade of the ground floor and...
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Commented: Skirting board choice in contemporary extension I would advise that you retain the original skirting boards in any of the original rooms that you have enough of the original skirting for but the new areas and the modern interventions should have a ...
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