Posts Tagged ‘ireland’

New project | traditional house Tipperary, Ireland

We’ve recently been appointed as architects for a new project in County Tipperary, Ireland

The client has amazing view from the site looking over the local countryside right up to Devil’s Bit mountain

We’re looking at a traditional house with modern features, local stone, smooth render & western cedar cladding.

We have a number of architectural projects running all over Ireland from modern and traditional new builds to extensions & renovations.

should you have a project you’d like to discuss, feel free to contact our office.

new project | ex-garda station Roscommon, Ireland

The Barracks, Tremane, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon

Over the past 5 years, over 40 former garda stations in Ireland have been sold or auctioned as part of a nationwide station consolidation programme from The Office of Public Works.

Luckily for ourselves, we have been instructed as architects for an ex-garda station that has been bought by a young family in Roscommon.

Set in a long narrow site surrounded by old deciduous trees, the 1800’s building isn’t the best house to be living in, but with minor renovations & adding a modern extension, this can be brought to life, merging old & new buildings, along with retaining the character of the property.

Using local stone, along with clean render & timber cladding with plenty of glazed opening, this will give the family the design & quality of life they are looking for from their home.

This is the second police station we’ve worked in the office, with our Glenarm police station being renovated & extended into a 5 star B&B.
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should you have a project you’d like to discuss, feel free to get in touch with our office, either via our website, or our facebook page

renovation and extension in ballymote, county sligo

Rear elevation of our project in Ballymote, County Sligo, Ireland
We’ve a few changes to make to our plans after our site meeting…..but!!! We’ll have more information on it next week, so stay tuned as its really going look the part.

ballymote, sligo, ireland