Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland Architects and Building Designers
- 20 Barrow Street Dublin 4.Co. Dublin495017
We are concerned with the (creative) design and delivery of new houses and domestic house extensions. We provide a full range of architectural services to include inspection surveys, legal mapping, design, planning permission, budget costings, project management and certification.
- Father Matthew Hall Church StreetDublin9495019
The House Architects are an RIAI accredited practice specializing in the design of self-build houses and house extensions in the Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare area. The essence of a great family house is an architectural design and layout that meets the needs of all family members and are passionate about helping people to realise the full potential of their existing house or to help them crystallise their vision for their dream home. We are conscious of the importance to work within the project budget. At every stage of the design process we ensure that budgetary considerations are equally balanced with design objectives. We strive to achieve the maximum impact solutions, even with modest budgets, through innovative design approaches.
- 4 Seafield Park BooterstownBlackrockCo. Dublin505022
We are a client focused, design led architectural firm who deliver tailored design solutions for individual clients and projects of all budgets across the residential sector. We have big ideas, a passion for transforming peoples dreams and aspirations into reality. We have over 25 years combined experience and bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every project. We ensure that projects are realistic to the budget available. Each project is guaranteed the personal attention of one of the directors who guides is from the initial consultation through to completion with our energetic and enthusiastic team. Every client, site, brief and budget are unique and as such deserve a unique response. We offer a professional service at all times which fulfils all client brief requirements and exceeds expectations. By listening to client needs we are able to interpret their needs, identify specific site opportunities and ultimately deliver designs which maximise space and light while at all times adhering to budget constraints. Building work is a big undertaking and the client will be living with the results for many years to come – we recognise that it is your project and your money being spent and we therefore do not push specific design agendas or styles but rather listen to what each client wants.
- 25 Brian Road MarinoDublin 3Co. DublinD03 C57350506
Abode Design was founded by Brendan O’Connor who is a registered architect with over 15 years experience in private, public and commercial architecture. Brendan through Abode Design has focused in recent years on low energy domestic architecture (both new build and retrofit). In 2013 + 2014, Brendan received the Green Residential Building Award on behalf of Joseph Little Architects for Ireland’s first certified EnerPHit building – a semi-D in Monkstown and a Low Energy Retrofit and extension (it went from BER G-A3) for which he was Project Architect.
Anne Mahon Architect is a design led architectural practice specialising in residential projects. Anne is known for her ability to create, light, bright and airy spaces, using over 17 years' experience, she guides clients through their design project. Comfortable working with novice homeowners who are working on their first home all the way through to design aware clients who know exactly what they want. The practice believes that no matter the budget, orientation, aspect or location there is always something to build on in terms of design; the focus is then placed on a detailed consultation process which includes 3D drawings and renderings. The end result being a happy, informed client. If you are planning a project and would like our help and expertise, we would love to hear from you. Please feel free to contact us on the details above.
- Co. Dublin0150505
Anglin Cashman (ANCA) architects Ltd is a client focused architectural practice working within Ireland and the UK. We provide bespoke design solutions for a range of project types from house extensions through to small town master-planning. We guide our clients through the building process from first sketch through to one year after construction finishes.
- The Courtyard 40 Main StreetBlackrockCo. Dublin50505
The architecture practice was established in 1979 with the intention of providing high quality architectural services from a small organisation. Since its formation, it has been recognised as being a design led pragmatic practice, with conservation skills.
- Ballycorus, Kilternan Dublin 1850509
Following graduation Stephen worked in several well known practices before setting up his own Architectural studio over thirty years ago. Forming good relationships with clients is the key to successful projects. He begins every project with a client meeting to discuss not only the functional requirements but also likes and dislikes. Years ago he would suggest to clients that they rip pages out of magazines and make two piles - images they like and just as importantly those they don't. Nowadays, Houzz Ideabooks are the starting point ! Next he carries out a detailed, measured and photographic survey of the site and house as applicable so that they can be accurately 'drawn up'. Once in the computer the fun starts - the merging of ideas and the restraints of the building and site. With an initial scheme in hand and a tracing paper pad it's back to the clients. Often more ideas emerge at this meeting and after an intense hour or two something magical frequently appears. Once the preliminary design is agreed by all, the planning application process with the preparation of developed drawings begins. The next stage is another exciting one as now the real detailed design and selection of materials and finishes begins, culminating with the issuing of a comprehensive set of construction drawings, specifications and health & safety documents for tendering purposes. Stephen has a panel of excellent builders. A building contract is signed, commencement notices issued and the JCBs arrive on site. During the build site meetings take place on a weekly or fortnightly basis, involving clients, builder and architect - a three way conversation from which great ideas translate to even better reality. To keep everyone on their toes minutes including time and cost updates are issued and when all is finished and everyone is happy Stephen issues certification with the Planning Permission and the Building Regulations as applicable. The primary elements of Architecture are space and light. These ethereal elements do not cost anything. It is only when we enclose them that cost is introduced.
- Synge street, Dublin 8 DublinCo. Dublin50508
We are a boutique architecture studio with over 16 years experience in designing family homes. We are known for our collaborative process - we don't have a 'house style', instead we focus on creating unique designs which reflect our clients preferences and maximise the potential of your home and budget. We look at the finer details, and are passionate about light, space & making clients’ lifestyles work in their home. We utilise the latest architectural design tools which enable us to deliver the optimal design solution and give clients realistic visualisations of the final outcome. We are a friendly and highly-skilled team and make it our mission to expertly guide clients through each step of the way. We’d love to hear from you, contact us to discuss your dream home. One of our project has recently been featured on RTE’s Home of the Year 2018!
- DublinCo. Dublin50509
Adrian Hill Architects is based in Dublin, Ireland and since 2008 and has grown to a diverse team of 8 talented and committed staff. As a practice we are open minded, committed to the creation of progressive architecture and new ideas for the way live our lives. We listen to our clients and through a collaborative process, challenge our clients brief to maximise the potential and opportunity each project offers always striving to give the best architectural solution to the budget. Every project starts by defining the brief and setting out the objectives/requirements. Our design process test ideas to arrive at the optimum solution. We look to embrace and push technology to make the buildings we design more sustainable as well as being more striking and dynamic, be it a contemporary or more traditional design. We aim to produce well-crafted buildings that belong and connect to their surroundings, but more importantly tell the story of the people who use them. It is these stories that define our architecture, making our work varied and rich, but more importantly, improving the quality and wellbeing of our clients.
- DublinCo. Dublin50506
Dublin Design Studio is a multi-disciplinary studio, established by architects David Craig and Niall Henry. We have been collaborating on projects together since 1999. Dublin Design Studio was formed out of our desire to focus on our passion for design excellence and contemporary architecture. Each project is approached as a collaborative effort between the designer and you, with an intimate understanding of your brief. Since establishing our practice, we have developed a diverse client base and worked on a wide range of building types. We have established a reputation both for the quality of our design work and the efficiency of our management of complex building projects.
- Ballsbridge DublinCo. Dublin4495031
I'm an Architect who specialises in House Consultations to maximise Space, Light & Storage in your home. I will help you get whatever work you are planning off to the best possible start. Services include 2 hour Improve Consultations €399 (Dublin city), 2.5 hour Extend Consultation €499 (Dublin city) and online consultations (€399/€499). I do not offer a full architectural service. <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://houseology.ie/services-house-consultations/">http://houseology.ie/services-house-consultations/</a>
- Suite 1, The Avenue Beacon Court, Bracken RoadDublinDublin 1850503
John established O’Keeffe Architects over 20 years ago to allow clients a real option in securing concept based Architecture of the highest quality design, with the help and skills of an experienced and dedicated design team. He is a RIAI registered and a Grade 3 conservation architect. Most all of his commissions come from "word of mouth" referrals. In the current climate it is at the forefront of our design thinking to prioritise cost effectiveness. Not only in the initial construction cost but throughout the lifecycle of the development through the adoption of viable sustainable energy technologies.The driving force of our project success is our commitment to quality in design. We work closely with our client in order to create a concept which fulfils their needs. Our practice encourages clients to build in an environmentally conscious fashion, and has a long track record in the development of solar and energy efficient buildings. We constantly strive to achieve the best aesthetic value for our buildings without comprising the functionality of the client brief.
- 17 Londonbridge Road Dublin 4Co. Dublin-50505
ABA Architects (formerly known as Anthony Brabazon Associates) was formed in March 1993 by sole practitioner Anthony Brabazon. The practice is located in Sandymount, Dublin 4 and has handled an average of 60 new projects each year since 1993 and provides a wide range of services across the architectural spectrum. Apart from the refurbishment and extension of a mews house in Kensington in 1994 all the projects have been carried out in Ireland with the highest concentration being in the South Dublin area. New houses have been provided in counties Clare, Wicklow, Offaly, Meath, Kildare while over 100 projects have been carried out in University College Dublin at Belfield and their outlying campus’, the most notable one being the recently completed Oakmount Creche Extension (see photo above). Recently conservation work has become a part of the portfolio with the completion of a 5 unit renovation on Rathmines Road, a restoration of a 3 storey over basement Georgian terraced house on Herbert Place and sundry works to other protected structures in Dublin. Planning advice and feasibility studies have also formed a significant element of the workload. Apartment developments have been carried out at Wellington Quay and Monkstown Farm and a mixed commercial scheme at Walkinstown Cross.