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Sister 7 @ Fidelity Studio Opens in Dublin

This new Chinese restaurant opened in Dublin City Centre to very good reviews in The Irish Times.


25th April 2024

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Article credit:  Irish Independent
The Orwell Road Restaurant Opens in Rathgar

A new restaurant opened in Rathgar to very good reviews.

The restaurant is the latest offering from Marc and Conor Bereen, proprietors of Charlotte Quay and, formerly, Coppinger Row.


20th April 2022

Congratulations to the Waterford U16A Camogie County Champions 2021!

14th June 2021




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RIAI Council 2020

Shane Santry is a member of the new RIAI Council of 2020.

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13th February 2020

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CRY Centre Officially Opens in Tallaght

CRY have officially opened a new facility in Tallaght in Dublin.  The new testing centre has state-of-the-art equipment to improve diagnostic capability, provide better access to genetic testing, and more space to cater to vulnerable families.

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28th November 2019

Congratulations to the Waterford U16A Camogie County Champions 2019!

30th October 2019



Grand Designs Inspired Home in Dublin 14

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Brentwood is among the oldest homes in Dundrum, thought to have originated in the 1820s.


The McCloud fans who own it transformed a tired Victorian at Sydenham Road in Dundrum into a fantasy extravaganza complete with tower-housed cinema, a triple-height kitchen, saunas and jacuzzis as well as a tower top party room which overlooks much of Dublin.


They called in architect Shane Santry and got to work, spending the proceeds of the sale on a 'sky is the limit' project that took three years from start to finish.

Today the house spans 6,480sq ft which likely makes it one of Dundrum's largest.

11th October 2019

Article and Photo credit:  Irish Independent

New Whiskey Distillery in the Liberties
A new state-of-the-art whiskey distillery is now open the Liberties area of Dublin.
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20th February 2019

Victorian Home in Dublin 6
A fine end of terrace Victorian family home, sympathetically restored over recent years by its present owners with a magnificent contemporary extension to rear where the old meets the new in a seamless fashion.
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15th November 2018

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Artane School of Music

The official opening ceremony for the extension and refurbishment works at the Artane School of Music was held in October 2018.

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16th October 2018


Gaultier Ladies Gaelic Football Minors
Gaultier Ladies Gaelic Football Minors got their Waterford Ladies Football championship campaign off to a flying start at the Passage Hurling Club.

30th September 2018


Congratulations to Gailltír Camogie Club Under 16 Camogie Champions 2018!

29th September 2018


Cafe en Seine

The iconic Café En Seine has reopened its doors on Dawson Street following an extensive refurbishment, with over three floors, an indoor Street Garden, art nouveau décor, a designated restaurant and several bars.

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22nd November 2018

16th August 2018

Congratulations to Gaultier Ladies Gaelic Football Club U14's!




28th May 2018


Gin Distillery - Manchester

The company behind London Dry Gin has revealed plans to open a gin distillery and visitor centre in Manchester, converting a disused office on Lloyd Street to provide a four-floor site with gin school, bar, and music performance space.

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30th April 2018


Gaultier Ladies Gaelic Football Club

SSA Architects are proud to sponsor the Gaultier Ladies Gaelic Football Club.


11th September 2017


Mill Street Distillery

Works to a new distillery facility on Mill Street commenced in March 2017, offering 50 jobs during construction phases, with 19 permanent positions created once the distillery and visitor centre opens.  The project will see the historic Old Mill Street building redeveloped conserving the original architecture of the building.

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20th March 2017


Croke Villas Redevelopment

SSA Architects are currently preparing a planning application for a New Handball Centre and Boulevard as park of the Croke Villas Redevelopment. 

The Handball centre will accommodate 7 state of the art handball courts, a bar, community centre and offices for Handball.  A new processional boulevard leading to the stadium as well as  a series of housing developments will form a new masterplan and regeneration for the Ballybough area.

7th September 2016

Farrier & Draper - Launch Night

Farrier & Draper, designed by SSA Architects, threw a launch party to remember on Thursday 14th July. The new venue, a Bar and Restaurant set over 3 levels, is located within the Powerscourt Centre, and the new design and brand successfully highlights the history and character of the 


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19th July 2016

GAA National Games Development Centre -Official Opening

The GAA has officially opened its new National Games Development Centre at Abbotstown on the site of the National Sports Campus. GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail and director general Páraic Duffy were joined by a number of officials and guests to mark the occasion.


The recently completed project designed by SSA Architects includes a total of five playing pitches - four of them full size and all of them floodlit -  a 3G pitch, a hurling wall and a state of the art pavilion which houses 10 dressing rooms, a reception area, gymnasium, physiotherapy facilities, referees rooms, meeting rooms and dining facilities.


We enveloped the building in an indigenous Irish stone that anchors the building firmly in the ground so the pavilion, like the GAA, is rooted in the Irish landscape.  Like the stone, the material palette for the building is nationalistic in choice and the skilled craftsmen who built this national centre have been sourced from far flung parishes of our island including Armagh, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Down, Dublin, Galway, Offaly, Tipperary, and Waterford.


2nd April 2016

Magnetism Art Exhibition - Hazelwood, Sligo

SSA were involved in the production and installation of an art exhibition in Hazelwood House, Sligo.  The exhibition showcasing Lucy Andrews, Mikala Dwyer, Igor Grubich, Siobhan Hapaska, Aleksandra Mir, Laura Morrison, Garrett Phelan, and was curated by Varri Claffey.


Magnetism takes its name from the tape that was made in the Hazelwood factory and disseminated around the world.  Magnetism also refers to the slow draw of objects and even landscape elements towards each other or the centre of the Earth, altering states along the way like the pull of river water towards a lake and peculiar allure of a dynamic individual.


The works in the show, some of which were almost outlandish in scale, addressed the process of forming and reforming in various ways by removing function in order to repurpose or un-purpose objects and materials abandoned on site; documenting and describing the process of decay and re-absorption and proposing shaky but ambitious plans for the future of objects.


This factory is currently undergoing a planning application for its use as a whiskey distillery.


25th June 2015

Fire Station Artist Studios - Official Opening

President Michael D Higgins opens new residential studios on Lwr. Buckingham Street, Dublin 1, designed by SSA Architects.


Increasing the number of residential studios for artists has been a long-term goal of Fire Station. Speaking about the expansion, Fire Station director Clodagh Kenny said: “We are delighted to be opening two additional residential studios in the building next door to Fire Station. Supporting the lives and careers of artists is what we do, so increasing this capacity is of great value for Irish visual artists and it marks a major achievement for Fire Station. For the past 21 years the demand for residential studios has increased year on year. At a time when cut-backs within the arts are, unfortunately, widespread, we are proud of this significant development and the opportunity to increase our capacity to support visual artists in Ireland.”


25th June 2014

Sod Turned at National Sports Campus Facility

Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Liam Ó Néill and Ard Stiúrthóir Páraic Ó Dúfaigh were joined at the facility by the Minster for Sport, Tourism and Transport and Sport Leo Varadkar TD and Seán Benton, Chair of the NSCDA.


The project is to provide a centre of excellence for the GAA on a national scale at the National Sports Campus, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. This involves the provision of a total of five pitches, four full size floodlit, including a synthetic pitch and a smaller training pitch.


The pitches, will be constructed by Prunty and will be serviced by a new pavilion building designed by SSA Architects that accommodates ten changing rooms with associated physio, referees, meeting rooms, dining facility and reception area.


27th February 2014

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