New Whiskey Distillery
Mill Street, Dublin 8
The project involved the detailing and construction of a mixed use development to include a new whiskey distillery, associated visitor centre and retail premises. A viewing gallery, tasting room, and exhibition centre were also provided. An extension to the rear houses plant rooms, a cooperage, and associated offices.
This Project involved the demolition of a 1950s concrete build and its replacement with a 1,1002sm, Category A, contemporary office building with a high quality finish. In discussions with DCC Planning Authority, it was agreed that the façade of the building would be muted in terms of its appearance and would recognise the historic context in which it is situated. The site lies between a historic hotel and prominent corner of the Georgian Merrion Square.
The finish reflects the existing architectural language of the historic area but uses a more contemporary, lighter-colour brick to identify a new chronology. The bris soleil on the glass set back shoulder area is an abstract of the nearby railway connections.
Boyne Street Apartments
Dublin City Centre
This project involved the demolition of an existing industrial structure and construction of a new seven-storey modern residential apartment scheme with commercial premises at ground floor level. The building is located in a prime location in the city centre. Inside, the building features a range of luxurious amenities including a gym. The apartments are designed to maximize natural light and create a sense of spaciousness, with open-concept living areas, high ceilings, and large windows.
House in Killiney
This new contemporary split level home harmoniously blends into the natural surroundings. Nestled within the landscape, the house features clean lines, large windows, and a minimalist aesthetic that showcases the beauty of the surrounding environment. The brief was to maximise the amenity of the existing site in terms of views and its coastal location. Inside, the house is designed to maximize natural light and create a sense of connection to the outdoors. The living spaces are open and airy, with high ceilings and clean lines that create a sense of spaciousness.
GAA National Handball Centre
Ardilaun Road and Sackville Avenue
This is the new GAA Handball Centre located in the Croke Villas site in Dublin 3. The two-storey handball centre includes 7 no. handball courts together with a community centre, bar and restaurant space, and ancillary offices
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