Our contribution to Céili na Samhna and Aonoch na Nollag for Scoil Lorcáin.
Stone cladding to gables in at our house in Arigna, Co. Rosscommon.
Our "pink house" for Julie, a tailor and gardener living in Dublin 3, it's almost finished. The works have involved: demolition of two existing chimneys, new pitched roof including location of rooflights to studio and staircase area, open up of windows at front and back of the house, new kitchen layout and new location of ground floor bathroom.
Pictures of the inside layout and front coming soon.
We are working on site a new house Killiney. The nicer feature in this project is the big open space to the garden at ground floor with a curve canopy finished on Zinc. The site is looking tidy and clean, working with Dalvac Systems have been a pleasure so far. We are finishing the electrical works and now hoping to pour the concrete this week so we could move to floors and into the next step: install the kitchen and the utility...looking forward to it! The internal space of living room and cooking/dining area is really spacious, illuminated with a big roof light 1x2m and these big floor to ceiling windows provided by Rationel.
We are really glad to get to work with this lovely couple for our new project in Churchtown which will be ready to tender within the next two weeks. This morning meeting has been really successful, we went with them through all the aspect of the final layout for a refurbishment of the Ground Floor including a new look for their front door and back elevation. Neil and Cathy also brought a good few good ideas about floor finishes that we would love to incorporate into the design. As a result of a good teamwork between architects and clients, their house will turn into a more contemporary looking design and the quality of their living space will be improved substantially within their budget. It's a pleasure to work like that!
Interiors of two brand new houses finished at Beaumont Av. and Orchard's Way ( Dundrum )
The site on Beaumont Ave. Churchtown is well advanced, so we needed to start thinking about the different layouts for kitchen, bathroom and utility in both houses. We think that there is no better way to make a good decision than visit the site one more time, right after we had spent a few hours drawing at the office.
We took a few pictures this morning to show you the actual state of the construction.
Really pleased to have been granted Planning Permission by Roscommon County Council for a new house for R & B in the beautiful Valley .
The house is in the form of a cluster of vernacular cottage type buildings with a large open living area to the rear with large amounts of glazing extending to the views beyond .
The buildings are connected together with a combination of flat roof and glazed components .
The house is for 2 very good friends of mine who intend to relocate to the Valley on a full time basis having lived there on a part time basis for the last 10 years .
It took a number of applications to succeed with the ground conditions being the main difficulty . Trial holes were then dug all over the 2 acre site to find suitable ground and extensive design of a system which could process the entire valley will be installed .
We look forward very much to building this house as it is in such a unique location and have very enthusiastic and solid clients
dc architects have issued a tender package for the construction of two new houses on Beaumont Ave in Church town . Houses will be timber frame on passive foundation system and designed to achieve an A2 BER Rating .
Construction has commenced in September with completion for May 2017